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by Elsa Buchanan on Apr 28, 2014 at 12:20
Anderson is claiming £100,000, while Short, who played for Derby, Blackburn and Everton, is suing for losses of £1 million.
The sports stars were advised to invest in a number of unregulated funds such as Matrix Asset Backed 2, a hedge fund hit in the credit crunch, and Aramid Entertainment, a Cayman Islands based fund involved in film finance.
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