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State Clubs Urge Football Federation Australia To Ban Betting Over Match-Fix Fears

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 28 / 16

National Premier League New South Wales clubs urged Football Federation Australia "to ban gambling on state league games, after alleging match-fixing is taking place in the semi-professional competition," according to Dominic Bossi of the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. Just a day after FFA sanctioned a play...

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