Denmark Match Fixing
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Denmark Match Fixing
STUTTGART (Ekstra Bladet): Danish football is in shock.
Five Germans at the High Court in Stuttgart just fully respected in the match fixing-trial that began in mid-November.
The extensive anklageskrifts heaviest items include manipulation of two Premier League matches last season. In addition, death threats against a bookmaker and a number of other conditions in Germany.
With the confession acknowledges the five that they have paid a FC Vestsjælland player money to influence the outcome of the matches FC Vestsjælland-Esbjerg 1-4 (Nov. 1, 2014) and FC Copenhagen-FC Zealand 2-0 (22 February 2015) .
Telephone tapping by the police in Bochum and Stuttgart have uncovered how the two main accused Kubilay D. and Deniz Y. helped – through a Danish middleman – make the switch to the player at FC Zealand, which has received about 450,000 kr. To influence the outcome of the fighting.
Match Fixing in Germany
Germans case acted solely on the fraud that took place in Germany, where the five accused have served millions to fix the two matches. The deception that has taken place in relation to the bookmakers in Germany, the core of the matter.
The FC Vestsjælland player who has accepted money to fix the two matches, the German Public Prosecutor is not interested in, because the player’s part of the crime has taken place outside Germany.
With a full house at the dock in confessions, so changing case character to a confession. There were scheduled 13 hearings in the case which would run to the end of January. Now the court must simply verify that the accused have not confessed falsely.
With the confessions get the accused off the length of prison sentences. The main accused Kubilay D. has been given his imprisonment in the view, and waiting 22 to 24 months behind bars. But he could paradoxically use his confession to get out of jail where he has been in custody since mid-August.