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Ronaldo arrives at Madrid court, expected to plead guilty

FOX Sports Tuesday, 22 January 2019
Ronaldo arrives at Madrid court, expected to plead guiltyCristiano Ronaldo has arrived in court and is expected to plead guilty to tax fraud
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Cristiano Ronaldo arrives in court in Madrid to face accusations of tax fraud, where he is expected to plead guilty after striking a deal last year with authorities.

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