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LONDON (AP) English football faced renewed concerns about match-fixing Monday after Blackburn striker D.J. Campbell was identified as one of six people arrested in the second police investigation into rigged games opened inside two weeks.
Campbell is one of two former Premier League players arrested after British newspaper The Sun uncovered alleged spot-fixing - where minor elements of a game are rigged - in the professional leagues. That follows another newspaper investigation by the Daily Telegraph, which led to non-league players being charged.
The latest probe is seemingly more serious, as it involves games as high up as the second-tier League Championship, and with claims by one player that he could even help rig Premier League matches.