Massive match fixing in soccer: Over 680 suspicious games in a scam run by Singapore syndicate right under MHA's nose

Why is Singapore Ministry of Home Affairs unaware of this?

The Washington Post, 4 Feb 2013
Releasing the findings of an 18-month probe that they said threaten the very integrity of the game, officials from Europol, the European Union’s joint police organization, said a crime syndicate based in Singapore was involved in fixing the results of nearly 700 games in Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America between 2008 and 2011.
They said the corruption reached the sport’s three biggest competitions, the UEFA Champions League and qualifying games for the European Championship and the World Cup, a quadrennial tournament watched on television by hundreds of millions of people around the world. Full story

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