World Football (Winter 2009/10) 5

Over 200 matches in 9 different countries are being investigated in the biggest match fixing scandal to engulf European football. Alan Green looks into the story behind the headlines and talks with Declan Hill - an expert on corruption in sport.

Arsenal legend Emmanuel Petit expresses his frustration about the direction the French national team, even though they've qualified for the World cup, next June.

The Italian government's plan to introduce ID cards for all travelling fans has been delayed and World Football discussed whether the proposal will ever go public.

We're in Seattle for the success story of the Major League Soccer season. The Seattle Sounders have set records on and off the pitch and the area is fast becoming the capital of "soccer" in the United States.

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