As more football match-fixing scandals emerge across Europe, experts talk about the huge sums of money involved and the authorities reveal their plans to tackle the problem.
UEFA demands urgent action from European sports ministers for close cross-border cooperation and the Council of Europe announces it has started work on a new international convention to combat match-fixing across all sports.
Meanwhile, a professional footballer speaks out publicly about how he was approached to fix matches and expresses his fears for the future of the game.
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