Betting mafia, involved in cheating matches of the highest level! How much would the top referees have been bribed?

Betting mafia, involved in cheating matches of the highest level! How much would the top referees have been bribed?
Betting mafia, involved in cheating matches of the highest level! How much would the top referees have been bribed?
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The temptations of the betting mafia have spread to the highest level, and the ingenuity of criminals knows no bounds. They set up a computer system to contact top referees to provide them with huge sums of money in order to to arrange football matches from European competitions.

The betting mafia offered up to 30,000 euros to the top referees in Europe to arrange matches

The amounts offered to the most important power plants on the continent reached up to 30,000 euros, according to The Sun. The British publication claims that the network was discovered by Europol, and the football bosses were informed.

Criminals have made use of previously unseen cybercrime tactics in reported corruption cases, pointing out that these groups have moved to a higher level.

There have been cases where an alleged match organizer tried to recruit referees to manipulate matches via social media. This development may be accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, during which cybercriminals diversified and intensified their criminal activities.

We believe that they will likely continue to try to contact players, referees and other officials through social media and the use of more sophisticated messages, including personalized content and manipulation techniques.“, Europol reported, according to the aforementioned source.

Jude Bellingham was fined after stating that the referee “arranged matches”

The latest scandal regarding the correctness of the referees had in the foreground Jude Bellingham, the player of Borussia Dortmund, who criticized the referee Felix Zwayer at the end of the match lost to Bayern Munich, 2-3, in early December.

You delegate to the most important match in Germany a referee who has arranged matches before. What do you expect? From my point of view it was not a penalty. You can analyze many decisions from the match“, was Bellingham’s statement, for which the English international has been fined with 40,000 euros.

Tags: betting mafia , europol , arranged matches , football europe , mita arbitri


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