Pitch Operator Probes Former Execs Over £12M Tax Scandal

Law360, London (August 12, 2019, 1:40 PM BST) -- A company that runs recreational soccer pitches around the U.K. confirmed Monday that it is investigating two former executives in an internal probe into a £12 million ($14.5 million) tax scandal.

A U.K. company that runs recreational soccer pitches, following on reports that it was under investigation by the Financial Conduct Authority, acknowledged it was looking into the actions of two former executives. (AP) Goals Soccer Centers PLC is looking into action taken by its former chief executive and ex-chief finance officer following media reports on Sunday that the company is being investigated by the Financial Conduct Authority. 

"Following press speculation, the...

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