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La Liga Club Sporting Gijón Must Pay Tax Authorities $8.5M By Friday

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 28 / 15

La Liga side Sporting Gijón faces a week in which it has to bring itself up to date with the Spanish tax authorities, to which it has to pay €7.7M ($8.5M) of expired debt by Friday, according to MARCA. Sporting's administrative council said that it will "make the payment on time thanks t...

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