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Zimbabwe in match-fixing scandal 17/08/04
Zimbabwe football has been rocked by a match-fixing scandal involving several of their top international players.

Zimbabwe football has been rocked by a match-fixing scandal involving several of their top international players.

The Zimbabwe police fraud squad are investigating claims that the certain Warriors players accepted cash to throw international matches with the help of a top sports editor of the state-run newspaper The Chronicle.

The police have placed three national team players under probe after an Albanian businessman involved in the "scam" blew the whistle when results went against him.

According to reports in the privately owned Daily Mirror newspaper which has claimed that it obtained communication between the whistle blower Mildon Kumaraku and his accomplices.

Football's world governing body FIFA and the Confederation of African Football (CAF) have been notified of the investigation which threatens Zimbabwe's participation at international tournaments.

It is claimed that the players accepted money for the Warriors' 2-1 defeat away to the Seychelles in an African Cup of Nations qualifier last year, as well as the 2-1 defeat to Egypt at the African Cup of Nations finals in Tunisia.

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