What exactly is “match-fixing”?
The stages of match-fixing
The case of Pape Omar FayéFaye describes how he throws his first match. He no longer made an effort to win the ball, and stopped seeking out the most direct route towards the opponent’s goal, passing the ball across the pitch or backwards instead. De facto, of course, you can’t prove a player is actively trying to fix a match purely on the strength of how he or she is playing. Instead – as in Faye’s case – the player has to own up. Since making his confession, Faye has been banned by FIFA from playing anywhere in the world for the rest of his career. A hard lesson indeed for a young man who has not learnt any profession other than football. Further information find here.
Stage 1 - The Approach
Stage 3 - The Acceptance
Stage 2 - The Offer
Stage 4 - The Delivery
The consequences under association law
Austrian Football Association Disciplinary Regulations
§ 114 Inadmissible Sports Betting
§ 115a Failure of Duty to Report
The 3 R's
Ombudsman Office Play Fair Code
Attorneys at law
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