Irish police investigate alleged match-fixing at League of Ireland games
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Police are examining evidence seized in Limerick as part of an investigation.
Phones are being examined by the Garda’s National Economic Crime Bureau as part of their enquiries.
The Football Association of Ireland, the Republic of Ireland’s football governing body, said it is”anticipating the results” of this investigation.
The analysis centers on betting patterns in several of matches.
It’s understood that these patterns were reported to Uefa who then informed the Republic’s football governing body.
A Garda spokeswoman said”investigations are ongoing”.