FIFA President Sepp Blatter said Wednesday (February 6) that if more national soccer federations were run like Mauritania's, the sport would not face match-fixing scandals like the one currently facing the international sport. European police shone a spotlight on the issue this week when they announced a Singapore-based syndicate had directed match-fixing for at least 380 soccer games in Europe alone, making at least 8 million euros.
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