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UEFA probes Bulgarian match-fixing allegations
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09:27, November 28, 2007

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Bulgarian club Cherno More Varna is facing a UEFA investigation into alleged match-fixing during an Intertoto Cup game against Macedonia's Makedonija Skopje in July.

UEFA's Disciplinary Chief Inspector Gerhard Kapl told Bulgarian media on Monday that European soccer's governing body had been alerted to heavy and unusual betting on the first leg of the second round tie.

A UEFA spokesman said an investigation had been opened with initial hearings into the bribery charge due to take place on Thursday.

Kapl told Bulgarian Darik radio that Cherno More could face a ban from European competition if the allegations proved to be true. He said no action was being planned against Makedonija.

Source: China Daily



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