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Tuesday May 19 2015
Tavecchio: ‘We’re not police’

FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio declared ‘we’re not police’ as a match-fixing scandal hits Serie D and Lega Pro.

More than 50 people were arrested by prosecutors in Catanzaro, with charges including criminal association and sporting fraud, with some linked to mafia organisations.

One was linked to the notorious Calabrian mafia, the ‘Ndrangheta, considered to be the most powerful crime organisation in the world.

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Sunday March 15 2015
'Match-fix' mystery solved

Virtus Entella explain the “misunderstanding” of a match-fixing scandal around their Serie B game with Frosinone.

After the 3-3 draw, Frosinone directors found a scrap of paper near the visitors’ bench.

It was the paper used to tell the Fourth Official which substitutions to complete, but on the back was written: ‘We score on a penalty.’

Entella completed their comeback for a 3-3 result with a 92nd-minute spot-kick.

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Sunday March 15 2015
Serie B match-fixing scandal erupts

A match-fixing scandal erupted when Frosinone found a suspect note to the referee after a 3-3 draw with Virtus Entella.

The incident occurred following Saturday afternoon’s dramatic 3-3 Serie B draw, which included three red cards – two for Frosinone and one for Entella.

The visitors equalised at the 92nd minute thanks to a debatable penalty.

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Sunday February 15 2015
Colantuono 'devastated' by accusations

Stefano Colantuono said being accused of match-fixing was “like being punched in the face,” but focuses Atalanta on Inter.

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Coach Colantuono was one of 130 people named in the latest investigation into potential match-fixing and illegal betting in 2011, along with Italy boss Antonio Conte and Lazio captain Stefano Mauri.

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Wednesday February 11 2015
Tavecchio: 'Conte storm in teacup'

FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio insists the controversy over Antonio Conte’s court case is “a storm in a teacup.”

The Italy Coach was named in a match-fixing investigation and accused of sporting fraud relating to his time at Siena.

Conte’s words perfectly illustrated the situation,” Tavecchio told Radio Sportiva.

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Wednesday February 4 2015
Tommasi: 'Parma chaos intolerable'

Players’ Association President Damiano Tommasi warned the Parma situation is “intolerable” and risks a match-fixing scandal too.

The club is in dire financial difficulties and even after it was sold to new owners in December, players and staff have still not received any wages since July 2014.

“We are seriously worried,” said AIC President Tommasi. “The situation is intolerable in this day and age of Serie A, with huge television contracts and planning that ought to be over a period of years.

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Wednesday January 14 2015
Lazio-Dinamo Bucharest allegations

UEFA could investigate Lazio’s Champions League play-off with Dinamo Bucharest after match-fixing allegations.

The controversy began when ex-Dinamo defender Cristi Pulhac told Romanian site ProSport that the game might’ve been fixed in August 2007.

Lazio won the second leg 3-1 to book their place in the Champions League group stage, having drawn 1-1 in Rome.

ProSport published further comments from a former Dinamo shareholder who also stated “the price paid was the amount for Radu’s transfer.

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Saturday January 3 2015
Giannini in match-fixing trial

Lebanon Coach Giuseppe Giannini is among 104 people charged with sporting fraud around Gallipoli’s 2008-09 Lega Pro campaign.

The Naples investigation, code name Aracne, claims figures within the club were linked with the Contini clan.

Coach Giannini, director of sport Luigi Dmitri and Salvatore Righi are all accused of giving €50,000 to several Real Marcianise players to throw the last game of the season.

That 3-2 result allowed Gallipoli to secure promotion into Serie B.

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Tuesday July 1 2014
World Cup match-fixing claims

Cameroon Football Federation officials will investigate claims against seven of their players of match-fixing at the 2014 World Cup.

The Africans, who lost each of their three Group A matches this summer to Mexico, Croatia and Brazil, have been confirmed as set for an investigation by their Federation’s Ethics Committee.

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