French clubs to skip games in tax protest

PSG player Edinson Cavani, right, celebrates scoring against RSC Anderlecht with teammates during their Group C Champions League soccer match in Brussels on Wednesday Oct. 23, 2013. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert) PARIS (AP) — Furious over a government plan to impose a tax on them, French soccer teams have unanimously agreed to scrap matches over one weekend at the end of November as a protest. France’s professional clubs held an extraordinary general meeting Thursday to decide the



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