Sports suspicions of faken bets around an

13:05  20 january  2022
13:05  20 january  2022 Source:   sofoot.com

Chelsea gifted goals by Spurs to gain 2-0 cup semifinal lead

  Chelsea gifted goals by Spurs to gain 2-0 cup semifinal lead LONDON (AP) — With Tottenham's defenders giving away easy goals, Chelsea could restore tranquility while easing Romelu Lukaku back into the team. For Antonio Conte, though, it was a night of frustration on his return to Stamford Bridge four years after being fired by Chelsea as Tottenham lost 2-0 in the first leg of their League Cup semifinal on Wednesday. Kai Havertz's shot after five minutes was inadvertently diverted into his own net by Davinson Sanchez. More absurd was the own goal in the 34th minute after Hakim Ziyech's swung a free kick into the penalty area.

  Soupçons de paris truqués autour d'un joueur d'Arsenal Arsenal player supplied by Sofoot

new problems for Gunners.

of the bookmakers would have informed the English federation that a sum of significant and unusual money had been placed on the fact that an arsenal player receives a yellow card during a first League match this season, according to The Athletic. The player would have been warned during this meeting. The identity of the Gunner concerned would be known, but it was not unveiled by The Athletic, neither by the FA that takes this case very seriously. A statement of the FAU announces that it "is aware of the case in question and examines it" .

In April 2018, the Bradley Wood defender was forbidden for six years after receiving two intentional warnings during the Lincoln course in Fa Cup the previous season. He has received a five-year ban for matching offenses and an additional 12-month suspension after allowing 22 accusations of betting on the results of matches and an accusation of information transmission.

The judicial arsenal should clarify the case.

Canada's Brianne Jenner, women's hockey team embracing uncertainty of Beijing Games .
In a career that already includes an Olympic gold medal and numerous accolades for club and country, 12-year veteran of the Canadian women's national hockey team Brianne Jenner describes this year as among the most impactful. A 12-year veteran of the Canadian women's national team, she credits the rapport the group has achieved with shaping a standout campaign. "This season especially has been one of the most memorable for me, largely because of the environment we have on the team," she told CBC Sports.

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