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6 bailed in match-fixing inquiry

Blackburn Rovers striker DJ Campbell was one of six people arrested as part of an inquiry into alleged spot-fixing during football matches, his club has confirmed. All six suspects have been bailed until April.

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Manager says his players 'offered match-fixing bribes'

Marcus Gayle, manager of Conference South team Staines Town, has claimed his players were offered match-fixing bribes just three weeks ago.

I never thought match-fixing was possible but now I have changed my mind for obvious reasons, now I am convinced it's all over the place, at least that's how it appears to be to me.

– Marcus Gayle, Staines Town's manager

Gayle said: "We reported the incident straight away to the FA. That shows we have done the right thing. Our players are absolutely furious."

The former Wimbledon and Watford player told BT Sport he was furious when he discovered the approach, which was made to one of his players by telephone.

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