How will FIFA’s match-fixing guidelines apply to Cameroon World Cup allegations?
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- Tags: Africa | Anti-Corruption | Brazil | Cameroon | Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) | FIFA | Football | Ghana | INTERPOL | Match-Fixing | World Cup
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