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Oceania delegates to combat football match-fixing

Oceania delegates to combat football match-fixing

Updated 26 February 2014, 10:10 AEDT

More than 100 delegates from around Oceania are in Fiji to attend a workshop on creating awareness about match fixing in football, and how to set up strategies to deal with the problem.

It's the latest in a series of conferences organised by football's world governing body FIFA, and the world's largest police organisation, INTERPOL, which has already taken them to New York, Rome, Kuala Lumpur and now Suva.

INTERPOL's Integrity in Sport team and FIFA are working in partnership to inform football officials around the world about the increasing threat that match fixing poses to their game.

Presenter: Richard Ewart

Speaker: Julie Norris, INTERPOL, Integrity in Sport

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