A Polish club led 3-0 in two matches but lost twice; management suspects match-fixing
According to Reuters, the bosses of the "Hutnik" club from the third division have asked the Polish Football Association to conduct an investigation into possible match-fixing.
In the last two matches, "Hutnik" was leading 3-0 but lost both times – 3-4 against "Lech Poznan II" and 3-5 against the division leader "Kotwica Kolobrzeg".
Without waiting for the investigation to begin, the Krakow club has already suspended one first-team player from training, and another player had his contract terminated by mutual agreement.
It is worth noting that the team's position in the tournament is not stable enough to rule out the threat of relegation for "Hutnik" - although the Krakow team is in 10th place in the table of Division 2, it is only three points away from the relegation zone.
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