Växjö, United would have faced IFK Grimslöv in the division 3 southeast Region on Saturday, but the match was cancelled then Växjö United left walkover after not together law.
After the team accused of using players with false identities during their first match in the season, which they won 3-2, Swedish football association, an id check before the meeting with the Växjö Norra on maundy Thursday. Only five of the players from the first match came to the game and why United lost the whole of 15-1.
a new id-control. On Saturday announced the IFK Grimslöv that it received notice from the league that there will be no match. Now, the club will likely to be ruled out, something very rare at this level.
"Because it is not allowed to leave the walkover in division 3, it becomes difficult to decide otherwise as I see it," says Christer Gustavsson, chairman of the association's disciplinkommitté, in a text message to the Radio Kronoberg.
at the same time have emerged new allegations about the matchfixning in the club. A player in another training compound, has accused a leader in Växjö, sweden United to have tried to bribe him in a match at the end of the season 2017. About this told the player of the Swedish Radio Kronoberg in the week.
Växjö United strongman Mohamed Abdi Elmi rejects the accusations of the radio station.
tell us about the suspect matchfixning in 2018, fake identities and state mångmiljonbidrag, as missing records.
at the same time launched the police investigation surrounding the club, which is still ongoing.
– this utredningsinsatsen is a priority. The police remain grateful for the tips on fotbollsverksamheten, " says Fredrik Gårdare at the police task force against sports-related crime and explains that matchfixning and false identities are among the studies.
this week, reported DN on that the club played with a player who was illegally in the country, or alternatively, used a player with a false identity.
A large part of the south american players who Växjö United are believed to have used in the season's first match left Sweden in a week.
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