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Another Ex-Football Player Goes Bankrupt

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Ex-England footballer Chris Sutton declared bankrupt after being given "bad financial advice" from fraudster

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/chris-sutton-declared-bankrupt-after-3560955

"He was told that every month he had made between three and four per cent returns and had not withdrawn any profits."

If it's too good to be true....

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Ah he's bankrupt, so no point asking him to lend us a bob or too. And all his creditors can leave him to his Ferrari's and homes abroad. Poor guy!

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Rooney, Giggs 'among stars probed over property scheme' Some of Britain’s biggest stars could be about to be billed for huge amounts if a lucrative property scheme is considered to be a tax scam, a paper reports. Manchester United stars Wayne Rooney and Ryan Giggs are among those pouring vast sums of money into Waverton Property Limited Liability Partnership, according to the Daily Star.Golf superstar Rory McIlroy and West Ham manager Sam Allardyce are also involved in the property scheme, the paper has reported.Waverton Property's assets are listed at around £75 million from a total of £145m understood to have been raised to create a data centre from a warehouse in Birmingham.

https://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/news/premier-league-report-rooney-giggs-among-stars-probed-083313980--sow.html

It is just tip of the iceberg.

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