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Boxing management company linked to alleged crime boss Daniel Kinahan sets up a football agency

Alleged crime boss Daniel Kinahan’s boxing management company MTK confirms move to SOCCER as part of expansion plans – just weeks after the devastating BBC Panorama documentary about their co-founder

  • MTK Global was founded in 2012 by alleged cartel boss Daniel Kinahan
  • Management company claims that ties with Kinahan were cut in 2017
  • The football division is headed by football agent Danny Vincent
  • MTK has not yet commented on whether Kinahan will advise players

MTK Global, the management company founded by alleged cartel boss Daniel Kinahan, has confirmed its move in football.

The expansion into MTK Football follows boxing’s dominance since Kinahan’s inception in 2012.

MTK Global claimed that ties with Kinahan were cut in 2017, although he recently stated that he is independently advising some of their fighters.

MTK Global, the management company founded by alleged cartel boss Daniel Kinahan (pictured), has confirmed his move to football

MTK Global, the management company founded by alleged cartel boss Daniel Kinahan (pictured), has confirmed his move to football

MTK has not yet responded to a question from Sportsmail whether Kinahan would advise one of their footballers, or if he would be involved in some other way.

The football division is headed by Danny Vincent, 36.

Kinahan, who advised Tyson Fury and Billy Joe Saunders, has no criminal convictions but has been named by the Supreme Court of Ireland as a senior figure in organized crime, something he has denied.

He claims the charges are part of a “campaign” against him.

Kinahan was the subject of a recent BBC Panorama investigation, which revealed that he had not quit boxing.

Kinahan, who has no criminal convictions but has previously been named by Irish courts as a senior figure in organized crime, has advised world champion Tyson Fury in the past

Kinahan, who has no criminal convictions but has previously been named by Irish courts as a senior figure in organized crime, has advised world champion Tyson Fury in the past

Kinahan, who has no criminal convictions but has previously been named by Irish courts as a senior figure in organized crime, has advised world champion Tyson Fury in the past

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