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Tuesday June 30 2015
Abodi: ‘Serie B could be delayed’

Andrea Abodi, President of the Lega Serie B, admits the start of next season could be delayed by a match-fixing probe.

Catania President Antonino Pulvirenti yesterday admitted to attempting to fix several matches, as part of the Goal Trains scandal.

Federal prosecutors must now ascertain who else was involved in the illicit activity, and how far-reaching the scandal is.

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Tuesday June 30 2015
Conte indicted for fraud?

Italy CT Antonio Conte has reportedly been indicted for alleged sporting fraud as part of an ongoing match-fixing investigation. 

Corriere dello Sport has reported that the Azzurri boss has been charged by Cremona prosecutor Roberto di Martino as part of the same investigation that saw him banned for four months in 2012.

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Monday June 29 2015
Pulvirenti: ‘€100k per match’

More details are emerging of Antonino Pulvirenti’s court testimony, with reports he admitted to paying €100,000 to fix matches.

It was revealed earlier today that the Catania President - who has stepped down - admitted he had sought to fix matches, but bizarrely denied having any influence over the five results in question.

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Monday June 29 2015
Catania: ‘Games fixed, but…’

Catania have released a statement confirming Antonino Pulvirenti tried to fix matches, but insist it ‘didn’t have any real effect’.

The Elefanti have been implicated in the ‘Goal Trains’ scandal, and face demotion to the Lega Pro for next season.

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Monday June 29 2015
Catania face demotion

Reports suggest Catania will be demoted to the Lega Pro, after President Antonino Pulvirenti admitted match-fixing.

It was reported earlier today that the Elefanti patron had admitted to buying five matches in the ‘Goal Trains’ scandal, ironically to help his club avoid relegation.

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Monday June 29 2015
Report: Catania President admits fixes

Leaks from court claim Catania President Antonino Pulvirenti has admitted match-fixing, while Claudio Lotito denies any involvement.

The Elefanti patron had previously protested his ‘complete innocence’ in the ‘Goal Trains’ scandal, which emerged last week.

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Tuesday June 23 2015
FIGC investigate Catania

It’s reported that FIGC will open their own investigation into alleged match-fixing in the ‘Goal Trains’ scandal.

Warrants were issued for the arrest of several Catania officials this morning, with at least five of the Elefanti’s matches under suspicion.

The public prosecutor Giovanni Salvi this morning outlined details of the allegations, referred to as ‘Goal Trains’ for the covert language used to arrange the alleged fixes.

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Tuesday June 23 2015
Trapani: ‘Astonished by fixing claims’

Serie B side Trapani have released a statement saying they are ‘astonished’ to be implicated in a match-fixing scandal.

The Granata’s 4-1 defeat to Catania is one of the matches under suspicion in the ‘Goal Trains’ scandal, which broke this morning.

“We learned with astonishment about the investigation carried out by the Catania prosecutors, which also involves some of our members,” Trapani said in a statement.

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Tuesday June 23 2015
Spinesi: ‘Catania’s darkest day’

Former Catania player Gionatha Spinesi says today’s match-fixing allegations are ‘the blackest page in the club’s history’.

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Tuesday June 23 2015
Abodi: ‘Throw match-fixers out’

Serie B President Andrea Abodi says those allegedly involved in the ‘Goal Trains’ scandal should ‘disappear from football’.

This morning saw a series of arrests, including of the Catania President Antonino Pulvirenti, with at least five matches under investigation for match-fixing.

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