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Ex-PAOK boss sentenced to seven years over tax evasion

Former PAOK soccer club president Yiannis Goumenos was on Wednesday sentenced to seven years in jail, which he can pay off at a rate of 5 euros a day, after being found guilty of tax evasion in 2006.

Former officials Georgios Tsolakidis and Ilias Panteliadis were acquitted on the same charges.

ekathimerini.com , Wednesday June 18, 2014 (19:57)  
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