HMRC investigates West Ham United and Newcastle Football Club

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HMRC investigates West Ham United Football Club

Both Newcastle United and West Ham Club were raided by Her Majesty Revenue and Customs. The raid came after a thorough investigation into player transfer dealings into the clubs. HMRC investigates West Ham United Football Club for the misleading transfer allegations and former Managing Director of Newcastle has been arrested.
HMRC investigates West Ham United Football ClubReports suggest, both London Stadium and St. James’ Park were under the warrants, and the former Newcastle Director, 39-years-old Charnley, has been taken in custody.
The former Managing Director has been the main gear fro Mike Ashley’s region on the Tyneside, also running the club and was being very much responsible for the team-first recruitment. He largely distributed out a total net spend was around £70 million in the year of 2016.

 

2008 West Ham (XL Sponsor) Home Shirt (Excellent)
2008 West Ham (XL Sponsor) Home Shirt (Excellent)
Condition of shirt – Excellent
Size – Large (42-44″)
Condition details – Bright colours, badges are stitched, sponsor is great, nice material feel
Made by – Umbro
Players – Cole, Di Michele, Ilunga, Upson, Noble
Notes – Rare home shirt with XL Holidays sponsor, only worn up until September when the company collapsed and shirts with this sponsor were withdrawn from sale

He commented on the club’s recruitment planning last month, the club recruitment strategy, following relegations, it was just to make more recognisable investment within our playing team in terms of preparation for the European Football League Championship season before and our yearly salary bill is, we trust, still top and beyond many of the current other Premier League clubs.
The investigation and arrest would be a Hugh blow for the Magpies, when they are flying well high after their return to the English Premier League on last Monday when they won over Preston.
According to HMRC, they have arrested several men who were working within the area for the possible suspect of income tax and national insurance fraud.
Around 180 HMRC officers are working in the case and they are all working across the United Kingdom and also in France today. Investigators have made search in some properties in both South East and North East of England, they also arrested the men and captured large business records, computers, financial records and electronic device such as mobile phones.
HMRC said, the French authorities are assiting to this investigation.