May 28 – UEFA and the Europe’s law enforcement agency Europol sign a cooperation agreement in a bid to ramp up the fight against match-fixing. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
July 30 – World Football INSIDER rounds up the latest football business news.
Feb. 21 – Italian police have arrested a Slovenian football match-fixing suspect after he flew in from Singapore. Interpol secretary general Ronald K. Noble said it was a “significant” step in the fight against matchfixing. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
Feb. 6 – Faults found in Belo Horizonte’s newly renovated 2014 World Cup stadium… FIFA announces nominees for female seat on Ex-Co… Hungarian club confirms reports of Europol match-fixing investigation… More inside this Newsdesk …
Feb. 4 – Europol director Rob Wainwright tells World Football INSIDER the results of Europe’s largest matchfixing investigation revealed today should be a wake-up call to UEFA and FIFA to do more to protect the integrity of football. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports from The Hague