Greeks send 85 to trial for match-fixing, but Olympiakos boss clears first round

Evangelos Marinakis2

By Mark Baber
July 31 – A Council of Appeals ruled Thursday that 85 out of a possible 158 original defendants should go on trial for a variety of offences related to the match-fixing scandal of 2010-11, including membership of a criminal organisation, bribery, manipulation of results and illegal betting.

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