Manuel Pellegrini, a Former Manchester City Coach,” receives huge fine worth over £343k for deliberately defaulting on tax between 2014 and 2017″

Manuel Pellegrini, a Former Manchester City Coach,” receives huge fine worth over £343k for deliberately defaulting on tax between 2014 and 2017″

Manuel Pellegrini, a former manager of West Ham and Manchester City, was fined £343,000 for willfully avoiding paying taxes.

The Chilean manager avoided £816,579.80 between April 2014 and April 2017, which is the time frame that includes his whole time at City, according to a Government report released on Monday, September 26.

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), according to inews, levied the penalties, totaling £343,728.07, as part of their current crackdown on tax evasion within the sporting industry.

According to a record disclosed in July, 329 professional footballers are reportedly being investigated for alleged tax evasion, up significantly from the 93 players who were under investigation during the previous season.

The organization allegedly hired a group of fraud specialists to work with the Football Compliance Project of the FA as part of its operations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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