The Greek football federation is promising to “shed light” on allegations of match fixing made by a prominent Athens lawyer who claimed that rampant corruption affected all levels of the country’s professional game.
But the federation did not say whether it would launch a formal investigation.
Lawyer Alexandros Kouyias, who owns a controlling stake of third-division provincial club Panachaiki, said he had handed judicial authorities taped conversations which he claims provide evidence of attempts to bribe a Greek referee and others.
Kouyias on Wednesday said the allegations included a failed attempt to influence an August 5 Europa League match between Maccabi Tel Aviv and Greek league leader Olympiakos.
Olympiakos flatly denied the allegations
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