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A Geneva Court of Auditors has criticized the bookkeeping of troubled football club Servette, and claims more than 100,000 francs is missing.
In February, both the canton and city of Geneva had asked the auditors to find out what happened to 400,000 francs in subsidies given to Servette for junior footballers.
Audit Court President Stanislas Zuin yesterday said only 260,000 francs had been accounted for, meaning 140,000 francs is missing.
Zuin said it was clear the money was not used for the junior players, but he would not say if criminal charges were possible.
The auditors criticized the canton and city as well, claiming they were too disinterested and lost control of how fast money was spent.