Match Fixing Allegations Return To The Non-League Game

Gary Andrews

Gary Andrews has been writing, broadcasting and podcasting about football-related odds and sods (and occasionally proper stuff) since 2005. His usual areas of interest and lower and non-league in the UK, general football culture, broadcasting and technology's relation to football. May occasionally write about Australian football if feeling so inclined. Supports Exeter City and Sydney FC. Unused to success.

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  1. elliott says:

    It just blows my mind they allow betting on nonpro games – it’s a recipe for matchfixing.

    Then again, gambling on college (nonpro) sports in the US is pretty rife. Ugh.

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