Malta Football Association
Jan 25, 2014
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The Malta FA has over these last weeks been touring the clubs with its educational programme -“Say No to Match-Fixing”.


The programme is being presented by the Integrity Officer of the association who, in conjunction with a representative of our partners Sportradar AG , have put up a concise workshop session of 45 minutes mainly exposing the dangers connected with match-fixing. The main objective of this educational initiative is to highlight the difficult situation that football is facing and to make the players aware of the dangers associated with it and point out the obligations of each and every stakeholder in the game.


The Tour has already visited eight Premier Division clubs. The attendance at each club was excellent and the interest shown by every participant indicates the sincere wishes of everyone to find a solution to this damaging phenomenon.


Participants will, at the end of the Tour be given access to an E-Learning session which will guide them through a tutorial in the comfort of their home. They will be able to ask questions and find out how they can tackle negative situations.


We are now looking forward to the continuation of the Tour which will be taking us to the other Premier Division clubs and then to all the First Division clubs. All the clubs will then be awarded a Certificate of Participation and a copy of the Anti Manipulation Code will be distributed to all players.


24 January 2014

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