Illegal betting and match-fixing in Italy

Illegal betting and match-fixing in Italy
Monday, 13 August 2012

Italian professional football has been dramatically affected by the recent series of match-fixing scandals. Unfortunately, such a phenomenon does not represent news in Italy: indeed, the first episode of such occurred in the early 1980s (the so called scandals of Totonero and Totonero-bis) leading even to the intervention of police to conducts arrests at the Olympic Stadium of Rome on live TV.

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