The Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) investigates complaints of alleged match-fixing for your choice in Brazil 2014 and the possible existence of "seven bad apples" in its workforce
Japanese news agencies NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) reported that the Cameroon Football Federation is investigating the possible involvement of players from his team in the match-fixing during the World Cup in Brazil.
Cameroon lost all three matches played in the group stage, against Mexico, Brazil and Croatia. This last match with 4-0, is especially suspect.
In a press release on Monday at his Facebook page, Cameroonian leaders do not explain the reasons for their suspicions, but they make clear that they are fully committed to resolving the issue as soon as possible.
Suspicions were born after a known convict, involved in various match-fixing scandals, Wilson Raj Perumel, guess the score of the match played against Cameroon Croatia (4-0) and the expulsion of a player. The Cameroon Federation instructed its ethics committee to open an investigation, but stressed that he had not yet discussed the matter with FIFA.
"Recent allegations of fraud around three games of the group stage of Brazil 2014 Cameroon especially Cameroon against Croatia, as well as the existence of seven bad apples in our national team, do not reflect the values and principles promoted by our administration, "a statement issued by the Cameroonian Federation. "We want to inform the public that, while not yet been contacted by FIFA regarding this issue, our administration and directed the Ethics Committee to investigate these allegations further," the note added. Cameroon lost all three matches in the group stage of the World Cup.