Reuters, Friday, October 20, 2017 9:24 PM
The German soccer federation must pay 19.2 million euros ($22.6 million) in back taxes related to a controversial payment to FIFA for the 2006 World Cup but it will appeal. German tax authorities
ruled the $7.9 million payment some believe to have been related to a slush fund was not-deductible and terminated the DFB's non-profit status for 2006.
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