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What are the odds the 2012 European football championship, co-hosted by Poland and Ukraine and which kicks off on Friday, could be hit by an illegal betting or match-fixing scandal?
The European Union's external border agency has deployed dozens of officers to Poland's eastern border and various travel hubs across Europe to fight human trafficking and other forms of smuggling during Euro 2012.
Poland’s ex-sports minister Tomasz Lipiec was yesterday sentenced to three and a half years in prison for corruption, as the Euro 2012 host nation continues to battle against graft on and off the pitch.
FIFA has pledged to protect witnesses who report match-fixing plots by organized crime syndicates, as soccer's world governing body launched a yearlong campaign against corruption on Tuesday.
FIFA is working with informers inside organized crime syndicates to help protect the World Cup from match-fixing and betting plots.