German football's ruling body raided over claims of tax evasion – Financial Times

German football’s ruling body raided over claims of tax evasion – Financial Times
Financial TimesGerman football’s ruling body raided over claims of tax evasionFinancial TimesFrankfurt tax officers have raided the offices of Germany’s DFB football association as part of an investigation into alleged tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup. More than 50 tax officers were involved in the raids on Tuesday …Police raid German FA offices over World Cup-linked tax evasionCitizenPolice Raid Offices of German Soccer Association in Tax ProbeWall Street JournalPolice raid German FA on suspicion of tax evasion over 2006 World CupThe GuardianBBC News -ESPN FC (blog) -Bleacher Reportall 298 news articles »
German football’s ruling body raided over claims of tax evasion – Financial Times