Singapore match-fixing ring was world's biggest, says Interpol

Comment: Would the Singapore police have taken action against this syndicate which grown to become the world's biggest match-fixing ring if it is not for the attention from international media after recent probe by Europol?

South China Morning Post, 25 Sep 2013
A soccer match-fixing ring based in Singapore was the world's "largest and most aggressive" such operation, the Interpol chief said following the arrest of the group's suspected mastermind.
Noble did not mention any names but a source has confirmed that among those arrested was Singaporean Dan Tan, the syndicate's suspected head. He and four others are being held without bail under a tough law designed for gang members. Noble said the arrests were the result of co-operation between Singapore and Interpol's Global Anti-Match-fixing Task Force. Full story

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