Rafael Buschmann And Tim Röhn | Der Spiegel
June 2017 | 14-minute read
It’s not particularly difficult for betting cheats who have elbowed their way into the football industry disguised as investors to make quick money. In his book, Perumal describes just how devoid of morals football clubs can be in their grab for money, especially those teams that are short on cash. Often, such clubs don’t even ask how an investor earns his or her money — they’re just happy to get it. And they’re frequently willing to make all sorts of concessions to make it happen.