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Samuel Eto’o admits that he committed tax fraud in trial

By Reuters
20 June 2022   |   12:48 pm
Former soccer player Samuel Eto'o has acknowledged that he committed four crimes against the Public Treasury when he played for Barcelona Football Club in the trial that took place this morning in criminal court number 11 from Barcelona.

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