Italys match fixing appeals begin on Friday

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Italys match fixing appeals begin on Friday

England manager Roy Hodgson has said that there will be a court case over match-fixing in the future, amid claims from the players’ union that there was evidence of wrong인터넷카지노doing on the side of England.

The FA is investigating the performance of England in a World Cup qualifier against Spain this week, when England players are told they will face the final three on the bench.

They have been accused by th온라인 카지노 먹튀e playe우리카지노쿠폰rs’ union of failing to protect the players and has called for “additional and conclusive evidence”.

The match will be aired live on the BBC Radio 5 live news.

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Hodgson said: “We certainly are interested in any evidence that is available.

“The fact is the allegations about England have been investigated, which I expect to be done to the extent that it will be. But for the moment, if there has been any evidence of a conspiracy, there should be it.”

“The best evidence we can offer is, if you want to help us, you can put your thoughts over in that court case.”

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The England squad will meet for a pre-tournament training session at St George’s Park on Sunday to discuss their preparations.

Hodgson was speaking following the England-Bosnia international striker Cesc Fabregas’ appeal against a two-match ban.

In a statement, Fabregas admitted there was “hurtful behaviour”, with him saying: “I want to appeal against the suspension but it’s been so long I’m sure I will be disappointed.”

The FA has now asked the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to make a decision on Fabregas’ appeal in due course, with the full panel to vote at 2.15pm BST.

England are expected to appeal against a three-match ban handed to Fabregas following his guilty plea to match fixing.

England v Spain

World Cup qualifier 2-2 at Wembley (7:30 GMT, BBC 3)

Thursday, 14 September (19:30 GMT, BT Sport3; 27:30 BST on BBC One)

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