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Italian police Tuesday detained some 50 people, including team managers, players and a suspected Calabrian mobster, accused of fixing dozens of football matches in the country's third division and its top semipro league.Investigators suspect 28 Lega Pro and Serie D matches from the 2014-15 season were rigged.Police across Italy rounded up suspects in the early hours – including 27 team presidents and managers, 17 players, five coaches, and one police officer – and raided club offices.Italy has been rocked by other match-fixing scandals in recent years.
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