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Spain’s LFP partners ICSS; calls for life bans for match-fixers

10th October 2013 7:48 am GMT

The president of Spain’s Liga Profesional de Fútbol (LFP), the governing body of Spanish football, has urged the country’s government to change its disciplinary codes in order to implement life-time bans for any footballers found guilty of match-fixing.

Speaking at a conference in London organised by Leaders in Football this week, LFP president Javier Tebas reiterated the organisation’s conviction to put an end to match fixing in Spanish football, claiming that only 1 per cent [...]

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