FC Goa slapped with Rs 2.5 Cr bill for police security

GOAL.COM | 13 February 2016 11:28 IST

FC Goa, the Indian Super League's (ISL) 2015 losing finalists, were stumped on Friday, when the South Goa police sought re-imbursement worth Rs. 2.5 CRORES from the franchise for adequate security cover during all the matches played at the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium, in Fatorda.

The final bill was said to have perturbed the franchise's owners, who have now sought a meeting with Goan Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar, according to a report in The Times of India. CLICK TO READ MORE

 

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What a shame. Salgaonkar and Dempo who made millions of $s out of this tamasha cannot even pay back 2.5 crores of RS to the exchequer. Next time they should have their own private police force. Shame on you FC Goa. And the pussy Parsekar will surely oblige. Where did the money come from, you and me, poor tax payers.

- Aron, Goa | 13 th February 2016 17:55

 

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