Match-fixing update: Interpol and FIFA prepare integrity officers, ICC confirms review of ACSU, and JSC and FIFA confirm new initiatives
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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