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UEFA Investigating Match Fixing

UEFA has confirmed that it plans to investigate 40 cases of suspected match-fixing in the Champions League and UEFA Cup. Most of the cases were from Eastern Europe and involved games in the early qualifying rounds of the tournaments, according to Peter Limacher, UEFA’s head of disciplinary services. Last year, […]

FA Probe Norwich-Derby Match

     The Football Association has begun a probe into the Norwich-Derby match after unusal betting patterns occured at haftime of the match. Derby won the match 2-1. Norwich PM Norman Lamb has asked Sporting Secretary Andy Burnham to look into the allegations.  Derby County have said they will fully co-operate […]

Porto Stripped of Champions League Berth

UEFA’s Control and Disciplinary Body has stripped Portuguese champions Porto FC of their place in next season’s Champions League over alleged bribery of referees during the 2003/04 season. UEFA cited Article 1.04 (d) of the 2008/09 UEFA Champions League regulations (available via this PDF) in their decision. The article states […]

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5 Reasons For Southampton’s Slump

Southampton’s astonishing start to the season has gone off-kilter in recent weeks, with Tuesday’s embarrassing Capital One Cup defeat at Sheffield United their fifth successive loss in all competitions. Here, Press Association Sport looks at what is going wrong for Ronald Koeman’s side. 1. TOUGH FIXTURES Saints’ best-ever start to […]

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