What They're Saying

"Just not sustainable. ... Spanish soccer is in a very tricky, very difficult financial situation."

-- Jose Maria Gay, an economics professor at Barcelona University, whose studies estimate Spanish clubs' debts at $7.4 billion. The Spanish government says teams in the top two divisions owed $921 million in unpaid taxes alone last spring, on top of around $735 million in missed contributions to the social security system. (Global Post)

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