Match-fixing update: illegal World Cup betting crackdown continues with multiple arrests in Malaysia, China and Thailand
Ghana's Football Association (GFA) denied British media reports on Monday that it had agreed to rig international matches and asked Ghanaian police to investigate two GFA officials the reports linked to the deal.
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