Football Association claims match-fixing not widespread in England
English football's governing body has insisted match-fixing was not widespread.
The comments from the Football Association came as chiefs from major sports held talks with the government on tackling the problem together.
According to sports24, Football Association general secretary Alex Horne however warned against complacency.
Horne made the comments after discussions with representatives from cricket, horse racing and the two rugby codes.
The meeting was arranged swiftly after a series of arrests relating to English football.
According to the report, DJ Campbell, a striker with second-tier Championship side Blackburn, is one of six people arrested after investigation by the National Crime Agency into spot-fixing.(ANI)
- Three footballers among six arrested over fixing allegations in England
- Platini believes match-fixing could end football
- Chinese football club fined $160,000, stripped of league title for match fixing
- Council of Europe to introduce treaty aimed at tackling match fixing in football
- Nike replace Umbro for England football team kits