Saman hätäisesti huomasin oddsportalista aiemmin. Norjan palloliiton tiedotustilaisuus ei lopulta tuonut juuri minkäänlaista valaistusta asiaan, mistä ja mitä kautta niin vahva vihje oli saatu, että ottelu päätettiin siirtää (tarkempien tutkimusten ajaksi?). Jonkin verran tuossa peräänkuulutetaan/kehutaan UEFA:n, poliisin ja eri viranomaistahojen yhteistyötä ja heidän tarkkailusysteemeitään ottelutulosten manipuloinnin estämiseksi, mutta varsin pintapuolista lätinää. Oma veikkaukseni on, että joku pelaaja joko tunnusti kaiken tai vasikoi kaverinsa, koska ei nuo kerroinmuutokset ainakaan äkkiseltään viittaa siihen, että mikään järjestelmä sieltä olisi pystynyt havaitsemaan liian epäloogisia heilahteluita tai löytänyt markkinoilta "liikaa" rahaa. Mielenkiintoista joka tapauksessa. Ei tule äkkiä mieleen, että missään muualla oltaisi näin toimittu aiemmin.
Tässä google-käännös turskien palloliiton sivuilta (http://www.fotball.no/nff/NFF-nyheter/2 ... ---HamKam/
) heidän tiedotustilaisuudestaan:
- Must work with a preventive effect
NFF General Kjetil Siem says the postponement of Ull / Kisa - Ham / Ham is a signal to take profit manipulation seriously.
Sunday got the message that Adecco battle between Ull / Kisa and Ham / Ham is in danger because of suspicion of profit manipulation.
- We have received hints and indications that made us so close that misconduct is not responding. The damaging effects will be far less of stopping the fight than if we had let it go, says Secretary General of the NFF, Kjetil Siem.
He, president Yngve Hall and Chief Information Officer Svein Graff held a press conference Sunday evening.
- We must use this as an alarm, and everybody must be aware of. This is a signal that we take it seriously, said Siem.
He also told how NFF is working to discover such things.
- We need to work on a preventive effect and work well with the clubs, says Secretary-General.
- We want a partnership with police and authorities to take hold of this, make rules and be ready when we discover that. We want, as far as we are able, to get this to life, says soccer president Yngve Hallén
- Have procedures in the
Emil Walters in NFF jusavdeling tells how the associated works to detect and prevent manipulation results in matches
- We have procedures in it, but must focus on the problem and make it known through preventive measures. We must make it clear what rules we have on it, says Walters to fotball.no.
He is the NFF's representative in the UEFA Network of Integrity Officers. UEFA has long been working actively to uncover and forbeygge match-fixing, and as a part of this work was last year decided to create a network with representatives from the football associations in all member nations.
- One of several measures that UEFA has implemented is that they have invested in the comprehensive monitoring system in relation to online betting. It monitors all matches in the top two divisions in all the national series, as well as the Cup, UEFA's own cups and caps, says Walters.
He believes that the NFF is well equipped to tackle the problems that have now arisen.
- We are part of a system that is already up and running. We have access to expertise from all of UEFA's member nations - we can exchange tips and experiences with contacts all over Europe. And in addition, UEFA two people working on this full time. There is a sense of security and support for us. In addition, UEFA done a great job towards the EU and Council of Europe, which has led to separate criminal provisions aimed specifically at sports corruption. All this means that we are pretty well equipped to meet challenges, he said.
The NFF's general regulations are the following:
"There is violation of the principles of integrity and loyalty, if a player, manager, coach, support staff or employees of the clubs directly or indirectly, for example, participate in betting on the outcome of the game an even participate, actively or passively complicit or attempt to contribute to bribery, attempt to influence the outcome of a battle through the unsportsmanlike behavior. "
Luulisi jo jonkin norjalaislehden kaivaneen jotain lisätietoja, mutta nyt ei jaksa etsiä.