Match-fixing update: FIFA prepares for World Cup, UEFA warns Euro U17s, and Stephen Lee appeal dismissed
The threat of organised crime gangs targeting Australian sport will be the subject of a police symposium in Melbourne on Wednesday, as one expert warns of a looming ''tsunami of corruption''.
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