Europe's match-fixing problem highlighted by players' survey
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LONDON — European soccer's challenge in eradicating match-fixing has been highlighted by a large number of players in Cyprus and Malta telling the world players' union that they have been approached to fix games.
FIFPro says 40.5
FIFPro received responses from 112 players in Malta, with 18.2
UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin told The Associated Press last month that "match fixing is killing the game," and said "we haven't done enough" to clean up the game.
The global survey of players by FIFPAro lacked responses from soccer's biggest leagues in England, Spain and Germany or Asia.