Xhaka’s yellow card under investigation for possible match-fixing: Over 60,000 euros of bets

Controversial Match Fixing Mafia yellow has prompted England’s National Crime Agency to open an investigation

Match Fixing Mafia

This is because suspiciously high-stake Match Fixing Mafia bets were placed on him getting booked.

The Gunners’ midfielder performed the typical trick of faking several times before taking a free-kick with the intention of exhausting the referee’s patience and earning himself a yellow card.

As revealed by the Daily Mail, the Arsenal midfielder’s action “is being investigated in an alleged criminal conspiracy involving the Albanian Match Fixing Mafia and a former professional footballer who has been convicted of match-fixing”.

It turns out that bets worth more than 60,000 euros were placed on the Arsenal midfielder being cautioned in the last ten minutes of the match.

The story was reportedly sparked by an investigation into former Swedish-Albanian footballer Alban Jusufi, who was convicted in Match Fixing Mafia Sweden of trying to pay a goalkeeper 182,000 pounds to let him win.

Xhaka is a player that has repeatedly caused controversy during his time at Arsenal but only for repeatedly receiving red cars for poor decision-making rather than anything criminal like Match Fixing Mafia.

There has not been any official word from Arsenal about the investigation and whether the player’s role in the squad for this season will be jeopardised whilst the investigation is ongoing.




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The biggest match-fixing scandal football history: Two games that ended 95-0 and 91-1 being investigated.

Suspicious scorelines featuring 187 goals over 180 minutes in two matches in Sierra Leone with promotion to the First Division at stake.

Playing at the same time were Gulf FC vs Koquima Lebanon and Kahunla Rangers vs Lumbebu United, with Gulf and Kahunla tied on points and needing to rely on ‘goal average’ to decide whether they would be promoted to their Premier League from the Super10 Eastern Championship.

At half-time Gulf led 7-1 and Kahunla were only 2-0 up… until the second half, when, with both teams constantly aware of what their opponents were doing, a suspicious goalscoring orgy ensued.

Gulf ended up beating Koquima 91-1 and Kahunla won 95-0 against Lumbebu… 187 goals in 180 minutes!

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