FIFA president Sepp Blatter believes match-fixing affects only a small percentage of soccer games across the world and racism is a bigger problem for the sport.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said the Europol match-fixing investigation has swept through football like a "tsunami," and claimed "sport is full of legends who are in fact cheats."
UEFA president Michel Platini believes match-fixing poses the greatest threat to the future of football.
Suspended Juventus coach Antonio Conte has broken his silence in a webchat with fans, revealing he is desperate to return to the Bianconeri bench.
An Italian soccer court on Thursday upheld a 10-month match ban on Juventus coach Antonio Conte for his involvement in a match-fixing scheme.