Match-fixing update: Interpol and FIFA prepare integrity officers, ICC confirms review of ACSU, and JSC and FIFA confirm new initiatives
Weekly Media Recap 5 - 11 May 2014 Published 14 May 2014
The Estonian Football Association said late on Tuesday that it had banned three soccer players on suspicion of match-fixing. Two players from the first division have been provisionally suspended until the end of the year and a second-division player has been given a life ban.
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