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For Global Soccer, Scandal Seems Pervasive as Grass Stains

  • Aired: 02/05/2013
  • 05:09
  • Rating: E
After completing an extensive investigation, the European Union's police agency Europol suspects nearly 680 soccer matches between 2008 and 2011 -- including World Cup qualifying matches and the European Championships -- were fixed. For more, Hari Sreenivasan talks with Kevin Baxter, who covers soccer for the Los Angeles Times.
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