Integrity in sport update: South African Football Assocation asks police to investigate allegations of match-fixing
This week, 2 players of Shabanie Mine in Zimbabwe were suspended for suspected match-fixing. Also under suspicion is the former coach of the club, Luke Macromere, who was previously involved in the Asiagate match-fixing scandal.
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