Cypriot chairman of a second division football club and a referee will stand trial before the Cyprus criminal court on 17 March accused of match-fixing. Ayia Napa FC chairman Demetris Masias, 39,
Cyprus police have arrested the chairman of second division Cypriot football club Ayia Napa and an upcoming referee in connection with match-fixing. The duo appeared at Larnaca court on Wednesday where police
President Nicos Anastasiades headed a meeting on Friday over introducing more measures against match-fixing in Cyprus football, a persistent problem that authorities have failed to address over the years. Following the meeting,
Cyprus – along with many of the world’s most advanced economies – is stagnating or showing signs of backsliding in its anti-corruption efforts, according to the 2019 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) released
Surely, it’s time to survey the wreckage of what Cyprus has done to the beautiful game and ask whether there is any point in trying to pretend that professional football can survive
Police are investigating possible match-fixing cases after the Cyprus Football Association received notification of five suspicious fixtures from European football’s governing body UEFA. The latest corruption allegation casts a darker shadow over the
Cyprus football’s credibility has taken another blow as Omonia Nicosia plans to call on the European and world football governing bodies UEFA and FIFA to intervene against corruption in the local game.