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Following investigations

in General Topics Wed Mar 09, 2016 11:27 pm
by chenmingchao • 41 Posts

FIFA today validated the worldwide file format of sanctions added on several officers and players from the Italian Football Association’s (FIGC) Sport-Justice Bodies as well as the Collegio di Garanzia dello Sport with the Italian National Olympic Committee (CONI) concerning incidents of match up manipulation and against the law betting that occurred between 2014 and 2015 in numerous Italian football tournaments.

Following investigations from the State Prosecutors regarding Catanzaro and Catania, the particular FIGC opened Fifa Points account a few disciplinary proceedings regarding violations of fine art. 1, art. 6, fine art. 7 and fine art. 9 of the particular FIGC Disciplinary Program code. As a results of these proceedings, several officials and players are already banned from involved in any kind regarding football-related activities.

The sanctions imposed range between bans so that you can five years and in some cases individuals have acquired permanent bans from holding almost any position within the particular Italian Football Connection.

The chairman with the FIFA Disciplinary Committee chosen 25 February 2016 to extend every one of the above-mentioned sanctions to own worldwide effect relative to art. 78 par. 1(chemical) and fine art. 136ff of the particular FIFA Disciplinary Program code. The relevant associate associations, UEFA and CONMEBOL are already duly notified with the chairman’s decisions.

FIFA will keep on in its continuous efforts to battle match manipulation through many different initiatives which are the monitoring of global betting markets by means of FIFA’s subsidiary Early on Warning System (EWS) plus a confidential reporting system using a dedicated integrity hotline and also e-mail address.


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