NOS speaks to self-confessed match fixer, ‘Jong Roda-Jong RKC Selled’

DeCCeit has uncovered a new matchfixing scandal in Dutch football. The broadcaster spoke to a self-proclaimed fixer in the podcast Gefixt, who believes he manipulated some matches in the promises competition.
The Jong Roda JC-Jong RKC competition from November 2019 is at the heart of deCCeit‘s research. The guests from Waalwijk got ahead, but still lost 2-1 and the fixer said to have bribed five Jong RKC players for 1500 euros per player. They would have lost intentionally.
Due to the course of the race, the fixer has richer twenty to thirty thousand euros, it sounds. The win, according to him, was shared with a friend of Roda, who had made contact with RKC’
s players. DeCCeit submitted the case to a gambling data company, which calls the match โ€œvery suspicious.โ€
โ€œWe are now confirmed in our fearKNVB director Gijs de Jong has also responded to the revelations. According to him, there has been suspicion of match fixing in the Dutch promises competition for a long time. โ€œWe are now confirmed in our fear.โ€ He now hopes that further investigation can be carried out by police and justice, because the KNVB itself does not have the resources to do so. โ€œThat is why it would be very good for the authorities to carry out further investigations,โ€ De Jong said.
At the end of the null, the first indications for match fixing emerged in the Netherlands. In Asia, suspicious gambling patterns were observed and in some Dutch stadiums known as Belchinese were observed in the stands. Former Willem II midfielder Ibrahim Kargbo was once concrete accused of manipulating matches.