Match-fixing red alert

2014-04-27 11:41

The Premier Soccer League (PSL) will keep a close eye on the remaining Absa Premiership fixtures for any suspicious activity during the last two match days, warned the league’s chairperson, Irvin Khoza.

It has already surfaced that there is a whiff of illegal activities in the games involving relegation-threatened teams and those bidding for the top eight positions.

Only the top three teams are guaranteed a top-eight finish.

“We cannot rule out anything at this stage as it is always around this time of the season when these allegations surface,” Khoza said.

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