Weekly Integrity in Sport update: New Zealand lead the way on prevention of match-fixing
Weekly Media Recap 27 October 2014 - 2 November 2014 Published 04 November 2014
This week, FIFA, FIFPro and Interpol launched a campaign to fight match manipulation. The joint initiative focuses on raising awareness within the football community and educating on how to recognize, resist and report match-fixing.
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