Connect with us

Published

on

Follow Us

Follow Us @

Brazilian Government Conducts National Investigation Regarding Allegations of Match Fixing

– The Brazilian government is about to launch a national investigation into alleged match-fixing of football matches and the investigation could have international repercussions.

Previously the South American country’s football confederation had asked the Brazilian government to open a new investigation.

Advertisement

Justice Minister Flavio Dino has finally announced an investigation following decisions by several top Brazilian clubs to suspend several players as part of a state inquiry.

“Brazilian federal police will open an investigation due to evidence of match-fixing in a sporting event, with interstate and international repercussions,” Dino said in a statement on Twitter.

Earlier, Athletico said on its social media channels that 20-year-old left-back Pedrinho and 22-year-old midfielder Bryan Garcia had been suspended until the end of an investigation by prosecutors in Goias state.

Likewise, clubs Cruzeiro, Fluminense and America made the same decision on midfielder Richard (29), defender Vitor Mendes (23) and right-back Nino Paraiba (37 years).

Advertisement
YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:
Euro U21: Here's Curtis Jones' Profile of England's Decisive Goalscorer

Brazilian media have voiced concern about the performances of all five players in matches from the 2022 season, adding that they could be targets of a “Maximum Penalty” investigation that began in February.

Watch live streaming of BTV programs here


Share
Advertisement

Brazilian Government Conducts National Investigation Regarding Allegations of Match Fixing

Follow TODAYSGIST on Google News  and receive alerts for the main trending sports news today, Basket ball updates, Soccer series, entertainment and lots more!

SHARE POST AND EARN REWARDS:

Did you like this post?!!! Join our Audience reward campaign and make money reading articles, shares, likes and comment >> Join reward Program

FIRST TIME REACTIONS:

Be the first to leave us a comment, down the comment section. click allow to follow this topic and get firsthand daily updates.

Advertisement
JOIN US ON OUR SOCIAL MEDIA: << FACEBOOK >> | << WHATSAPP >> | << TELEGRAM >> | << TWITTER >

#Brazilian #Government #Conducts #National #Investigation #Allegations #Match #Fixing
Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Trending