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“ I will pay $100,000 for you, but I want to defeat this match.  Can you do that?” above dialogue is an example for MATCH FIXING. 280 more words

Match Fixing

NRL need to set a precedent for gambling within the game

Todd Greenberg has done much in his time as NRL CEO to confirm that he is the right man for the job. But with just one statement in last week’s press conference to announce the fate of troubled West Tigers star Tim Simona, he immediately undid all his good work. 793 more words

Arsenal 1-5 Bayern: suspicious officiating should be investigated!!!

i may not have read the fifa rule book from cover to cover but im simply going to say what i know and have known since i started watching football twenty-something years ago. 493 more words


Ever Get the Feeling You've Been Cheated? (Part 2)

In the first post I offered a broad definition of “fixing”  as being “any sporting contest in which all, or any, of the outcomes of the game have been decided in advance, rather than arising naturally from the efforts of the contestants to win the match”.  1,175 more words


Ever Get the Feeling You've Been Cheated? (Part 1)

There are few ideas regarding cricket that no-one will dispute. One of them, however, concerns “match-fixing”. It is universally agreed to be an evil, and is often described as a “cancer”, the implication being that, if it not excised, if a “cure” is not found, then it will spread, and kill the game. 1,757 more words


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From new format golf, through doping in combat sports, to MPs asking NGBs to do more to tackle homophobia in school sport, here is 7 from 7… 152 more words