Tebas is keen to bring those to justice, with allegations swirling around the nature of last year’s relegation battle.
“Games have been bought,” Tebas told Al Primer Toque. “There is the real truth and then the legal truth.
“Match-fixing exists, but you need to be able to prove it to be able to impose a punishment. We are trying to uncover the cheats because there are some, and even if there is just one, for me that is a scandal.”
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