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Fraud in football: research into how football protects itself against fraud

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Fraud in football : research into how football protects itself against fraud. / Gee, Jim; Button, Mark; Brooks, Graham.

London : PFK, 2011. 18 p.

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title = "Fraud in football: research into how football protects itself against fraud",
abstract = "Fraud is therefore not a victimless crime, it costs those involved in football and those who watch football. With the loss of revenue due to fraud, both football clubs, and local businesses that provide services to football clubs, are less financially stable, as invoices are left unpaid, the value of shares is reduced and it is difficult to attract all important external investment and sponsorship.",
author = "Jim Gee and Mark Button and Graham Brooks",
note = "Institution: University of Portsmouth. Department: Centre for Counter Fraud Studies.",
year = "2011",
language = "English",
publisher = "PFK",

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AU - Button, Mark

AU - Brooks, Graham

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N2 - Fraud is therefore not a victimless crime, it costs those involved in football and those who watch football. With the loss of revenue due to fraud, both football clubs, and local businesses that provide services to football clubs, are less financially stable, as invoices are left unpaid, the value of shares is reduced and it is difficult to attract all important external investment and sponsorship.

AB - Fraud is therefore not a victimless crime, it costs those involved in football and those who watch football. With the loss of revenue due to fraud, both football clubs, and local businesses that provide services to football clubs, are less financially stable, as invoices are left unpaid, the value of shares is reduced and it is difficult to attract all important external investment and sponsorship.

M3 - Commissioned report

BT - Fraud in football

PB - PFK

CY - London

ER -

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