Int'l Centre For Sport Security Joins Spanish Football League In Fight Against Match-Fixing
The Spanish Football League (LFP) has signed a collaboration agreement with the Int'l Centre for Sport Security (ICSS) to "get stronger in the fight against corruption in football," according to the AFP. Under the agreement, both organizations will share information and the ICSS will advise the LFP in its fight against match-fixing. LFP President Javier Tebas highlighted the ICSS's "extensive experience in the world of organized crime." The agreement "also includes Federbet, a company that monitors bets to report on any suspicious trends." ICSS President Mohammed Hanzab "applauded the LFP's efforts to protect and preserve integrity in Spanish football" (AFP, 10/9).