FIFA match-fixing probe into six officials

Updated: 10 March 2011 17:43 IST

FIFA says it has launched match-fixing disciplinary proceedings against six match officials involved in two international friendly games last month.

London:

FIFA says it has launched match-fixing disciplinary proceedings against six match officials involved in two international friendly games last month.

Football's governing body said in a statement that the two games were the international A friendlies Bolivia vs. Latvia and Estonia vs. Bulgaria played in the Turkish city of Antalya on Feb. 9.

FIFA added that "the proceedings were opened ... in relation to a possible match fixing situation in these matches."

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