Match-fixing attempt forces postponement of Swedish rivalry game

The IFK Goteborg-AIK Stockholm game -- the biggest intercity rivalry in Sweden -- was called off on Thursday because of an apparent match-fixing attempt that was reportedly aimed at Goteborg's 37-year-old backup keeper, Kyriakos Stamatopoulos, who was expected to start.

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1 comment about "Match-fixing attempt forces postponement of Swedish rivalry game".
  1. Nick Daverese, May 20, 2017 at 6:13 p.m.

    Ah Sweden my daughter went there to study Swedish language and culture in 2001. Once they found out she was an American they only wanted to talk in English. She stayed at a villa right near a Swedish hockey play lived who just won the Stanley cup. If a player wins the Stanley cup the player is allowed to bring the cup home with them for awhile. He was having a big party at his home to celebrate winning the cup. He invited my daughter. She told me all the guests were stoned and he celebrated winning in it by pissing in the cup in front of his guests.

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