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  • How tiny Singapore became a big player in match-fixing

    How tiny Singapore became a big player in match-fixing

    The arrests of two Singaporean men over a scandal in Britain has again thrown a spotlight on the Southeast Asian city-state, known for its cleanliness, strict law and order and high number of millionaires.

  • Fenerbahce, Beskitas replaced by Apoel, Tromso

    Fenerbahce, Beskitas replaced by Apoel, Tromso

    Both Fenerbahce and Besiktas were excluded for their roles in a domestic match-fixing scandal in 2011.

  • Lionel Messi's polished image faces first scandal

    Lionel Messi's polished image faces first scandal

    The sporting world was shocked on Wednesday by the news that four-time World Player of the Year Lionel Messi is being pursued by the Spanish tax authorities for an alleged fraud worth over four million euros ($5 million).

  • Course for Indian soccer referees for awareness on corruption

    Course for Indian soccer referees for awareness on corruption

    The IPL spot-fixing scandal has set the alarm bells ringing in other sports as well with the All India Football Federation introducing a refresher course for referees in an attempt to keep them away from corruption.

  • Baichung Bhutia feels legalising betting would stop corruption

    Baichung Bhutia feels legalising betting would stop corruption

    Describing the IPL spot-fixing scandal as unfortunate, former India football captain Baichung Bhutia said betting should be legalised in the country to stop corruption in cricket.

  • Optimism in China despite scandals, Drogba exit

    Optimism in China despite scandals, Drogba exit

    Despite the echoes of a huge corruption scandal and Didier Drogba's short-lived stay, a sense of cautious optimism pervades long-suffering Chinese football as the new season starts this week.

  • I-League player implicated in Lebanese fixing scandal

    I-League player implicated in Lebanese fixing scandal

    A Lebanese footballer, playing till very recently for I-League club Churchill Brothers, has been implicated in the match-fixing scandal that has rocked the west Asian nation, and the Lebanese FA has informed the AIFF about sanctions imposed on the fo...

  • Under scanner: Six Australian rugby clubs named in doping scandal

    Australian Rules football has also admitted involvement, saying at least one club and one player from another club had been implicated.

  • Media outlets face 10 million dollar suit over Australia doping scandal

    Media outlets face 10 million dollar suit over Australia doping scandal

    A sports scientist at the centre of doping allegations in Australia plans a 10 million dollar lawsuit against media outlets, with his lawyer on Monday scathing of how investigations have been handled.

  • Media face $10 million suit over Australia sports doping scandal

    Media face $10 million suit over Australia sports doping scandal

    A damning official probe had claimed on Thursday that drug use was widespread in Australian sport with growing links to organised crime, that points to "clear parallels" with the Lance Armstrong case.

  • Australia football codes in doping scandal

    Australia football codes in doping scandal

    Australian Rules football on Sunday admitted involvement in a bombshell nationwide sports doping scandal, saying two clubs and a number individual players had been implicated.

  • Singapore police join fight against football match-fixing syndicate

    Singapore police join fight against football match-fixing syndicate

    Singapore's police are working with Interpol to help Italian authorities investigate an international football match-fixing scandal based in the Asian city.

  • FIFA extends life bans on 41 players in South Korea

    FIFA extends life bans on 41 players in South Korea

    World governing body FIFA on Wednesday announced extended sanctions for 41 South Korean players following a 2011 match-fixing scandal in the domestic league.

  • South African authorities to make arrests in football match-fixing case

    South African authorities to make arrests in football match-fixing case

    South African law enforcement agencies are expected to make arrests in connection with a football match-fixing scandal prior to the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

  • Interpol expects Italy fixing arrests in Singapore

    Interpol expects Italy fixing arrests in Singapore

    Interpol expects imminent arrests in Singapore linked to Italy's mushrooming 'Calcioscommesse' football match-fixing scandal, a report said Thursday.

  • 93 Zimbabwe footballers face match-fixing bans

    93 Zimbabwe footballers face match-fixing bans

    A judicial inquiry into allegations of corruption and match-fixing in Zimbabwe says 93 players and officials implicated in the Asiagate scandal will be banned from the game.

  • After photo scandal, Kate Middleton covers up for football

    After photo scandal, Kate Middleton covers up for football

    The Duchess of Cambridge put the topless picture scandal behind her when she attended an event here in a high-necked military coat.

  • Top Russian football match abandoned after crowd violence

    Top Russian football match abandoned after crowd violence

    The 2018 World Cup hosts Russia were grappling on Thursday with a new football hooliganism scandal after the unruly behaviour of fans who threw fireworks on the pitch forced the abandonment of a top-flight cup match.

  • Juventus coach Antonio Conte banned over fixing scandal

    Juventus coach Antonio Conte banned over fixing scandal

    Juventus coach Antonio Conte was on Friday banned for 10 months by a disciplinary commission investigating the "Calcioscommesse" match-fixing scandal, according to the Italian news agency Ansa.

  • Thirteen Italian clubs in dock over match-fixing

    Thirteen Italian clubs in dock over match-fixing

    Thirteen clubs and 44 people including Juventus coach Antonio Conte and Italian international Leonardo Bonucci have been called to appear before a disciplinary commission of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) on August 2 as part of an ongoing ...

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