The world of professional football continues to feature prominently in courtrooms around the world. Nick Huber reports on two recent cases.
A chartered accountant who used to be a director at Wrexham FC has been jailed for 16 months for a £60,000 fraud.
Appearing at Kingston Crown Court last month, Paul Retout pleaded guilty to committing fraud by abuse of position.
The charges arose from false invoices worth £59,806 he submitted in 2007 and 2008 to London-based Quadrangle Group, where he was a partner, the BBC and other media reported.
The invoices should have been authorised by another partner, but the signatories had assumed that they were properly authorised, Wa...
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I’m a specialist business journalist and have a particular interest in tax and technology.