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Eighteen football clubs back motion at emergency meeting amid concerns over new owners
Shortlisted financial groups race to meet deadline for plans to provide post-pandemic cash to Europe’s top clubs
England footballer’s declaration at FT event will alert top clubs despite depressed transfer market
The Premier League should spell out why the buyers are suitable owners
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Anyone surprised that Britain welcomes such shady money hasn’t been paying attention
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