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  1. Not his country's keeper -- the tale of Moacyr Barbosa

    Brett Forrest

    This story appears in the ESPN FC World Cup preview. Order your copy here. "Look, my son," the mother said, walking into a bar, Barbosa's local bar, in Rio de Janeiro. The mother pointed at the old goleiro on his stool as though Barbosa were an an...

    Blog | May 06, 2014
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  3. The Big Fix: The Hunt for the Match Fixers

    ESPN staff

    The following is an excerpt from "The Big Fix: The Hunt for the Match Fixers Bringing Down Soccer" by Brett Forrest; William Morrow hardcover. On sale: May 6. WORLD CUP, SOUTH AFRICA, 2010 The price of security had gone up. In January 2010, a...

    Blog | May 06, 2014
  4. Not his country's keeper -- the tale of Moacyr Barbosa

    Brett Forrest

    This story appears in the ESPN FC World Cup preview. Order your copy here. "Look, my son," the mother said, walking into a bar, Barbosa's local bar, in Rio de Janeiro. The mother pointed at the old goleiro on his stool as though Barbosa were an anim...

    Blog | May 05, 2014
  5. The Big Fix: The Hunt for the Match Fixers

    ESPN staff

    The following is an excerpt from "The Big Fix: The Hunt for the Match Fixers Bringing Down Soccer" by Brett Forrest; William Morrow hardcover. On sale: May 6. WORLD CUP, SOUTH AFRICA, 2010 The price of security had gone up. In January 20...

    Blog | May 05, 2014
  6. Surprised by the match-fixing scandal? You shouldn't be

    Brett Forrest

    In The Hague on Monday when the director of Europol, the European Union's law enforcement agency, announced the preliminary findings of an investigation into the rigging of soccer matches, many observers were shocked. Nearly 700 fixed games. Several ...

    Blog | February 08, 2013
  7. Match-fixing scandal shouldn't surprise you - Brett Forrest

    Brett Forrest

    In The Hague on Monday when the director of Europol, the European Union's law enforcement agency, announced the preliminary findings of an investigation into the rigging of soccer matches, many observers were shocked. Nearly 700 fixed games. Several ...

    Blog | February 07, 2013
  8. Soccer - Wilson Raj Perumal is the world's most prolific criminal...

    Brett Forrest

    Soccer, the world's most popular game is also its most corrupt, writes Brett Forrest in ESPN The Magazine. Bribed players, crooked refs, fake games. Criminal syndicates can fix any match, anywhere.

    Story | Conversation | May 14, 2012