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2006 Italian football scandal

Calciopoli was a scandal of football match fixing in Italys top professional leagues, Serie A, and to a lesser extent, Serie B. The scandal was uncovered in May 2006, when a number of telephone interceptions showed relations between team managers and referee organizations during the 2004–05 and 2005–06 seasons, being accused of selecting favourable referees. This implicated league champions Juventus and several other teams including A.C. Milan, Fiorentina, Lazio, and Reggina. Most notably, Juventus was stripped of the 2004–05 title, and was downgraded to last place in the 2005–06 champions ...

2011–12 Italian football scandal

The 2011 Italian football scandal emerged on 1 June 2011 after a number of football-related figures were arrested, or made under official scrutiny, by Italian police for alleged match fixing. The list included also well-known figures as former Italian international footballer Giuseppe Signori, as well as former Serie A players Mauro Bressan, Stefano Bettarini and Atalanta veteran striker Cristiano Doni. The group was accused of having fixed a wide range of Serie B, Lega Pro Prima Divisione and Lega Pro Seconda Divisione games. The inquiry started following a denunciation from Lega Pro Prim ...

2013 English match fixing scandal

In November and December 2013 several individuals were arrested by the National Crime Agency on suspicion of fixing English association football matches. The arrests occurred as a result of two separate newspaper investigations, by the Daily Telegraph and the Sun on Sunday, as well as information supplied by the European online gambling watchdog FederBet. On 17 June 2014, a jury at Birmingham Crown Court found Michael Boateng, Krishna Sanjey Ganeshan and Chann Sankaran guilty of conspiracy to commit bribery, while Hakeem Adelakun was cleared of the offence. The case against another player, ...

2015 Italian football scandal

The 2015 Italian football scandal, or known as its code name Dirty Football, was a scandal that involved rigged matches in 2014–15 season. In May 2015 a total of 50 people were arrested in Italy on suspicion of match-fixing.

Asiagate

Asiagate is the name of the match fixing scandal that involved players and officials of the Zimbabwe national football team. Zimbabwes national team underwent tours of Asia and lost several games which led to suspicions of match fixing. The conspiracy was reportedly established by Singaporean Wilson Raj Perumal who was arrested in Finland for attempting to fix Finnish matches. In February 2012, ZIFA Chief Executive Jonathan Mashingaidze was kidnapped having been investigating into the match-fixing. As of March 2012, 98 Zimbabwean players had been suspended due to an ongoing investigation. ...

Match fixing in association football

The issue of match fixing in association football has been described, in 2013, by Chris Eaton, the former Head of Security of FIFA, as a "crisis", while UEFAs president Michel Platini has said that if it continues, "football is dead." Zhang Jilong, president of the Asian Football Confederation, has stated that it is a "pandemic." The issue also affects a number of other sports across the world. In May 2011, world governing body FIFA announced an anti-match fixing plan, and in September 2012 FIFA President Sepp Blatter warned that match-fixing endangered "the integrity of the game." In Sept ...

                                     

ⓘ Match fixing

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  • The match fixing investigations of the Norwegian 2. divisjon association football league are two ongoing investigations that started in 2012 in Norway
  • South Africa cricket match fixing refers to match fixing performed by several players of the South African cricket team, during their tour to India in
  • Finnish pesapallo match - fixing scandal was a match fixing scandal in Finland that involved a large number of players, managers and other team officials
  • Match fixing is when the outcome of a match in organized sports has been manipulated. The reason for fixing a match includes ensuring a certain team advances
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  • Scandal was the name given by the Brazilian press to the football match - fixing scandal reported by Veja magazine on 23 September 2005. Some investors