Match-fixing update: FA's tough new betting laws and Sportradar expand Fraud Detection System with CONCACAF
The English FA has also appeared in the news for its good practice. Previously the FA only prohibited football participants from betting on a match or competition in which they were involved or could influence. The new rules that now apply prevent football participants, including club employees and match officials from betting on any football-related matters worldwide. The ban also stipulates that no football participant may instruct any third party to place any bet on their behalf.
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