Players, coach detained in Spanish match-fixing probe

Players, coach detained in Spanish match-fixing probe

Players, coach detained in Spanish match-fixing probe

"I told the other bench players not to warm up because it was clear the game was fixed".

Eldense said via a statement on Sunday that they had terminated their relationship with an Italian investor group, allegedly involved in the scandal, and have temporarily ceased first-team activity.

Barcelona are used to inflicting pain and suffering on opponents, but their B team have gone as far as forcing a rival to quit their division.

Ruiz also spoke to Cadena Ser and reportedly said: "In principle the orders came from above, from the coach".

Eldense play Sabadell in their next game, which Aguillar insists will take place, but it will now take place under the watchful eye of the Spanish Football League and the police.

Alberto Perea, Wilfrid Kaptoum and Marc Cardona put Gerard Lopez's side within a goal of equalling the record - before No.12 came late.

The coach of a team thrashed 12-0 by Barcelona's B team has been arrested.

"At the very least we must investigate it because there are certain links to an Italian group that has the look of what may be indications of an worldwide betting ring when it comes to fixing matches", said president of the Spanish league Javier Tebas.

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Maybe the most dismaying part of this whole ordeal is that there are apparently enough degenerates betting on the outcomes of matches in Spain's Segunda B to make fixing this match worth it.

Cheikh Saad said that four players were involved, according to Sport.

Saad did say that Barcelona had nothing to do with the match-fixing and just did what they had to do. "They did what they had to do, score goals".

The result was so resounding Barcelona B players were seen having to console some tearful opponents on the pitch following the final whistle.

"He asked me if I was in and how much I wanted and if I wasn't in then I wouldn't play", he said.

"I saw weird things: lack of intensity, only one card, players who didn't go in for a tackle", he added. Spanish news agency EFE reported Italian investor Nobile Capuani had also been arrested.

Dani Romera and Jesus Alfaro both scored hat-tricks in the first half.

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