Football Leaks is back from the dead
Football in 2016 appears to be ending on a low note.
After a little more than six months of hibernation, the elusive Football Leaks website returned from the dead on Friday night in spectacular fashion.
Known as being football’s version of Wikileaks, Football Leaks came to fame in 2015 for releasing never-before-seen contracts of some of world football’s biggest stars.
Here’s how Football Leaks anounnced their comeback.
Not just playing contracts. This time it’s tax fraud related
German weekly magazine Der Spiegel have further fleshed out a framework of what is about to drop, and how football is about to be rocked sideways.
“Dirty money transactions in European professional football” are about to be revealed to the world.
It’s also confirmed that Football Leaks have a huge data dump, a total of 1.9 terabytes, 18.6 million documents, including “original contracts of players, plus secret sub-agreements, e-mails, Excel tables and Word files.”