The Danish Football Association (DBU) has said that government plans to tackle match-fixing in Denmark are a welcome step, but warns that the proposed legislation needs to enforce stricter controls if it is to successfully combat corruption in sport.

Last week Danish Minister for Culture Marianne Jelved proposed a bill to combat match-fixing by criminalising corruption in sport and making sporting bodies commit to fighting match-fixing in order to be eligible for public funding.

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