Tag Archives: Serie A
- Italy’s Serie A launches match-fixing seminars, ties up with Sportradar
October 1, 2014
Italy's Serie A has launched a season-long educational program on preventing match fixing for all 20 top tier clubs covering 1,400 players. The program will be delivered and supervised by Sportradar, in an attempt to curb match fixing that has plagued Italian football in recent years. Sportradar has begun the...
- Betclic signs sponsorship deal with Fiorentina; Jetcoin inks Chievo
September 17, 2014
Italian Serie A outfit ACF Fiorentina has come to an agreement with sports betting and gaming company Betclic to become one of the team’s main sponsors. Financial details of the deal were not disclosed but the partnership does give Betclic its own space in Fiorentina’s kits on top of stadium...
- Italian Serie A Primer
August 25, 2014
The Italian Serie A is the perfect example of how shady operations can have an effect on a league's international position. The past few years have been a low point for the league. It's gone through numerous match-fixing allegations, including one that sent Juventus to Serie B. It also lost...
- Former Napoli goalkeeper admits to match fixing, banned for three years
December 20, 2012
Italian football was hit with another jolt earlier this week after former Napoli goal keeper Matteo Gianello confessed to fixing a match in Serie A three seasons ago. This latest episode of match-fixing in a country that has seen far too many of them has put yet another bruising black eye...
- Codere benefits from Latino heat; Probability gets Italian licence; Perform takes on more content
November 19, 2012
Codere has reported an increase of 28 percent in operating revenues as their home market of Spain continued to falter. Revenues for the nine months to September 30 were €1.261billion and they owe a massive dollop of thanks to their Latin American markets in Mexico and Argentina, and Italy, for...
- Italian championship winner gets 10 month ban
August 10, 2012
Italian championship winning manager Antonio Conte has been banned for 10 months after failing to report alleged match fixing involving his old club Siena. Conte, now manager of 2011/12 Serie A winners Juventus, was found guilty by the FIGC of not reporting the presence of fixing at Siena in 2010/11....
Italy’s online gambling market now second largest in Europe
April 12, 2017
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September 8, 2017