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January 27, 2022

Sportul Studentesc owner suspected of tax evasion

The Bucharest Police announced that financial verifications are targeting League II football club Sportul Studentesc, as a result of tax fraud suspicions concerning club administrator and financier Vasile Siman, Mediafax informs. “Bucharest policemen were notified that from April 2007 to February 2013 the administrator and financier of the commercial company withheld but did not pay to the Romanian budget within the legal period of 30 days the fees and contributions to be collected at the source, causing a damage of approximately RON 1.6 M,” the Bucharest Police pointed out in a communiqué. The Bucharest Police pointed out that the irregularities were brought to its knowledge by several company employees. Sportul Studentesc midfielder Viorel Ferfelea stated for Mediafax on April 10 that he filed a criminal complaint against Sportul Studentesc financier Vasile Siman, accusing him of false statements in official documents. “I have filed a criminal complaint against Vasile Siman for what is going on at Sportul. (…) He came up with some payment notes not signed by me, according to which I collected one thousand Euros. (…) I have filed a criminal complaint and I have attached the false documents,” Ferfelea stated.

The midfielder pointed out that his 14 teammates, who were no longer allowed to train in the club’s sports base starting in January, will follow suit and file criminal complaints against Siman. “My gesture will be followed by my colleagues, whether they will win at the commissions or not. Apart from the 15 players there are also other persons who filed criminal complaints against the club, the ones from the kitchen, all former employees,” Ferfelea added. The club’s players came into conflict with financier Vasile Siman because of the unpaid salaries that the club owes them.

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