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Japan fire coach Javier Aguirre due to Spanish match-fixing implications

Javier Aguirre has been sacked as Japan’s national team coach due to implications of the Mexican’s involvement in possible match-fixing while in charge of Real Zaragoza. The Japanese Football Federation (JFA) announced the termination of his contract earlier today. During the build-up to the Asian Cup, Aguirre was cited as part of the […]

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Ander Herrera And Jefferson Montero Named In Spanish Match-Fixing Probe

Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera and Swansea City winger Jefferson Montero are among forty-one players, coaches and directors named in a match-fixing probe in Spain. The prosecutor’s office alleges that 965,000 euros (£766,000) was paid in cash by then Real Zaragoza coach Javier Aguirre and nine of his players with […]

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Gattuso Investigation Is Another Sign Soccer Needs to Take Match Fixing More Seriously

The revelation that Gennaro Gattuso, the former AC Milan star, is being investigated for match fixing hit soccer like a ton of bricks yesterday. While match-fixing and scandals have become commonplace in Italian soccer, Gattuso would be perhaps the biggest name to be linked with this sort of investigation. Gattuso’s […]

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