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Ronaldo due back in Madrid to face tax evasion trial

RTE.ie Friday, 18 January 2019
Cristiano Ronaldo is expected back in Madrid on Tuesday to attend a trial for tax evasion where Spanish prosecutors are asking for a 23-month prison sentence and fine.
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