When Christian Lønstrup, chefstränaren for bottenlaget FC Roskilde, on Monday had a review of the weekend's förlustmatch against Lyngby with his players, he wrote a word on a plate:
he said, after an anonymous report to know that three or four of his players have invested a great amount of the club's matches.
It is the newspaper Ekstra-Bladet, who tells of the serious allegations, as confirmed by several sources. This property had yet on Tuesday not commented on the matter further.
the Match against Lyngby was lost with 1-2, then the opponents made two goals in the final minutes.
According to sources at the Danish TV2 it should be known that several of the players in the team playing in their own matches, something which, just as in Sweden, is not allowed.
. A trainer was kicked in the season and earlier this year rescued the association in the last moment away from bankruptcy. Now struggling in the bottom of division 1, andranivån in the Danish league system.
According to Ekstra-Bladet, the players have decided to not comment on the matter publicly, but the newspaper writes that they reacted very strongly to the allegations and made a complaint to the Danish spelarföreningen.
– We will now conduct a study to see what is up and down in this thing, " said the boss, Mads Øland, sweden.
Roskilde owner Carsten Salomonsson announced on Tuesday that the club will work together to investigate the allegations.
has not had as many suspected cases of matchfixning as Sweden. 2014 arrested six people linked to the team of Hvidovre IF. Four players acquitted later while the two principals in the affair were punished.
Earlier this year, closed down the Danish elitspelaren in badminton Joachim Persson of of crimes against matchfixningsreglementet. This since he not notified that he had been asked to be to rig a match.