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FIFPro against players taking lie detector tests

FIFPro wishes to express its concerns about the situation at FC Banik Most 1909, a second division club from the Czech Republic. FIFPro, the World Players' Union, has been informed that the club is to subject its players to an interrogation with a lie detector, as club directors suspect that players have been involved in match-fixing. > Read more

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