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Russian Football Union Votes 'No Confidence' In President Nikolai Tolstykh

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 04 / 15

The exec committee of the Russian Football Union (RFS) has voted "no confidence" in organization President Nikolai Tolstykh due to RFS' poor financial state. The issue of firing Tolstykh is to be considered at the RFS conference on May 31, unless he chooses to resign before that date. Tolstykh was e...

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