Author of best-selling book, Match Fixer, Neil Humphreys gives an insight on the latest revelation that Singaporean bookmakers were involved in fixing European football matchesAuthorities in Singapore should go the extra mile to help European investigators in their fight against football corruption, according to Neil Humphreys, author of best-selling book, Match Fixer. Speaking on The Football Fever Podcast after a EU probe alleged that Singapore was the control room of European match fixing, Humphreys added that local media outlets also have a duty to name and shame local syndicates.
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