New Germany scandal could be more serious

March 15, 2006
By Patrick Vignal
BERLIN, March 15 (Reuters) - A second match-rigging scandal in German soccer less than three months before the World Cup could be more serious than the initial investigation suggested.

Prosecutors in Munich were on Wednesday investigating media reports that several Bundesliga players, among them a German international, had been in contact with a betting ring.

'At the moment we can't say whether there is something to it or not,' a spokesman for the Munich prosecutors said of ...

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