Sports marketing agency MP & Silva (MPS) wrote itself into Singapore's sporting annals in 2015, signing what was the biggest commercial deal in local football history - a six-year, $25 million media rights contract with the Football Association of Singapore (FAS).
But the FAS may not receive the full amount of that deal, after the agency - majority-owned by Chinese companies Everbright and Baofeng - was wound up by the United Kingdom's High Court of Justice on Wednesday.
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