Feyernoord's goalkeeper Kenneth Vermeer (R) vies for the ball with Ajax's Davy Klaassen during the Dutch Eredivisie match between Ajax Amsterdam and Feyenoord Rotterdam on Fenruary 7, 2016 in Amsterdam. / AFP / ANP / OLAF KRAAK
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Attempts to fix the result of a Dutch league match seven years ago have been uncovered by a Dutch football association (KNVB) investigation, it said Monday.It said the probe had uncovered a bid by Ibrahim Kargbo, then a player at Willem II Tilburg, to fix the outcome of a league match against FC Utrecht in August 2009 in co-operation with convicted Singaporean fraudster Wilson Raj Perumal.Allegations made by a Dutch newspaper last year that other Willem II matches had been manipulated were not proven, the statement added, with KNVB saying it would send the report to soccer governing bodies FIFA and UEFA and the Dutch police.
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