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Singapore FA seeks $3m from MP & Silva insolvency

The Football Association of Singapore is seeking to recover about $3m (€2.6m) in unpaid rights fees from its six-year deal with the MP & Silva agency, which was wound up on October 17 last year.

The Straits Times reported that FAS representatives were party to a meeting of creditors at the offices of PricewaterhouseCoopers, MP & Silva’s provisional liquidators, on December 12.

Physical assets of the agency’s Singapore office were reportedly sold off for $22,000.