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September 26, 2020

Steaua coach accused of corruption

According to ‘ProSport’ daily, which quoted “a Hungarian daily,” a member of the Hungarian underworld, nicknamed ‘Karezs,’ has included Steaua coach Laurentiu Reghecampf on the list of people involved in the sport bets mafia, accusing him of receiving EUR 100,000 in order to “fix” a Cottbus vs. Hertha Berlin game in the German championship a few years ago. The revelation comes after former international player and coach Cornel Dinu, an important name in the world of Romanian football, had accused Reghecampf of “fixing” a game against Bayern Munich while playing for Cottbus. The Steaua coach replied promptly: “I won’t answer all the nuts. I reached the top of the pyramid through honest work, I’m no longer interested in any of this hooliganism you come up with precisely ahead of very important games,” Laurentiu Reghecampf stated, Digisport informs. Steaua will play against Ajax Amsterdam on Thursday in the return leg of their Europa League last-16 stage fixture.

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