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LONDON (AP) Blackburn striker D.J. Campbell was named Monday as one of the six people arrested in English football's latest match-fixing investigation.
The arrests came after Britain's National Crime Agency received information from an undercover newspaper investigation, less than two weeks after lower-league players were charged following another paper's investigative work.
Blackburn confirmed Campbell's arrest on its website, but the club said it was prevented was commenting further because it is an ongoing legal matter.