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Posted 4/2/2013 14:01
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Subject: Match-fixing: Champions League tie played in England 'was fixed'



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A Champions League tie played in England is one of 680 matches across the world investigators say was fixed.

European police did not reveal the identity of the match they believe was corrupt in England.

But Europol did say that they had uncovered an organised crime syndicate based in Asia that was co-ordinating the operation.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/21319807
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Posted 4/2/2013 14:04
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Can we make an accusation that our match against Chelsea was fixed aswell please
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Posted 4/2/2013 14:08
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If only Clubpaver, if only..
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Posted 4/2/2013 17:59
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two options - Chelsea v Barcelona with that guy Ovrebo refereeing - how many penalties should we have had that night?

Second one - Luis Garcia's ghost goal at Anfield in the semi-final!
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Posted 4/2/2013 18:26
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Clubpaver - 4/2/2013 14:04

Can we make an accusation that our match against Chelsea was fixed aswell please




Lol. I was going to say we should demand a replay but then, it could get worse!
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Posted 4/2/2013 19:13
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Subject: Re: Match-fixing: Champions League tie played in England 'was fixed'


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on our current form you'd get the win, a bloke in Malaysia says he can sort it out!
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Posted 5/2/2013 12:12
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Subject: Re: Match-fixing: Champions League tie played in England 'was fixed'



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Apparently the tie fixed was Liverpool V Debrecen when Liverpool beat them 1-0. Debrecen were supposed to lose to them 2-0 but apparently Gerard was so appalling the goalkeeper couldn't get another 1 go to go in, I heard.

No wrong doing suspected by Liverpool
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Posted 5/2/2013 22:26
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heard it was supposed to be 3-0 to Liverpool, lol.
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Posted 5/2/2013 23:41
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You know, I don't know what's more shocking: the attempt to fix 380 football matches, or that Liverpool could only score 1 goal against a team whose keeper was paid to concede 3.
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Posted 5/2/2013 23:43
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Presumably, the main source of evidence is that Liverpool won the game?
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Posted 6/2/2013 13:59
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I believe that match fixing is much more prevalent that any of us would care to admit. How many times have we seen the 'big' teams get decisions incorrectly in their favour?
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