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Latest update : 2013-02-06

How to fix football

Blame the Internet for football’s ever-widening match-fixing problems. So do you ban online betting or better regulate it? François Picard’s panel suggests cutting out spot betting and stiffer sentences for footballers caught in the act of taking bribes.

  • Declan HILL. Investigative journalist. Author, "The Fix: Soccer and Organized Crime" (from Toronto);
  • Andreas EVAGORA. Deputy Head of News, Eurosport;
  • Michel KOUTOUZIS. Criminologist. Consultant for the UN and EU institutions;
  • Mark OWEN. France 24.

Produced by François Picard, Anelise Borges, Mary Colombel, Christopher Davis.

Watch the second part here.

By Anelise Borges

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2015-05-29 Nigeria

Nigeria: Historic election, great challenges (Part 2)

This week, the FRANCE 24 Debate heads to Nigeria for a special edition. From the fight against Boko Haram to the battle against corruption and poverty, Muhammadu Buhari, the new...

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2015-05-29 Nigeria

Nigeria: Historic election, great challenges (part 1)

This week, the FRANCE 24 Debate heads to Nigeria for a special edition. From the fight against Boko Haram to the battle against corruption and poverty, Muhammadu Buhari, the new...

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2015-05-28 British politics

David Cameron's EU Tour: British PM meets Europe's leaders to plead his cause (part 2)

Lunch in The Hague, dinner in Paris, followed by breakfast in Warsaw and lunch in Berlin. That's the outline of a whistle-stop tour that David Cameron has embarked upon in his...

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2015-05-28 British politics

David Cameron's EU Tour: British PM meets Europe's leaders to plead his cause (part 1)

Lunch in The Hague, dinner in Paris, followed by breakfast in Warsaw and lunch in Berlin. That's the outline of a whistle-stop tour that David Cameron has embarked upon in his...

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2015-05-27 FIFA

FIFA corruption scandal: Top officials indicted on US corruption charges (part 2)

The world's most popular sport is in turmoil. Two separate inquiries have been launched into corruption at football's governing body, FIFA. A US probe is looking into $150...

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