PLDC - Iranian business tycoon Hossein Hedayati can make trouble for Persepolis following he was found guilty of financial crimes.
Hossein Hedayati was convicted of financial crimes related to his lobbying with Iranian Sarmayeh Bank to borrow funds.
He has been also accused of money laundering.
Hedayati, as one of Persepolis’ board of directors, has supported the football team in the past and has helped the team to buy new players.
Now, it seems Hedayati could cause some trouble for Ex-Persepolis general manager Ali Akbar Taheri and former striker Mehdi Taremi, who currently plays for Al Gharafa.
Persepolis currently sits top of Iran Professional League table.
The Iranian giant became runner-up in the AFC Champions League last season.
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