NEWCASTLE-ARSENAL: INTERPOL INVESTIGATION

Writing Football365

Sunday, February 6, 2011 – 6:34 p.m.
Strong prevailing climate of suspicion around the incredible match in Saturday’s Premier League match between Newcastle and Arsenal.
Interpol had opened an investigation and the Czech player Arsenal Tomas Rosicky would be the viewfinder.
The crazy game between Newcastle and Arsenal on Saturday afternoon in the Premier League (4-4) has not finished talking. Today, it would even turn Interpol, to look closely at this meeting that saw the Magpies to join the Gunners, who led 4-0 after 26 minutes though gambling

Strong prevailing climate of suspicion around the game, which would have been on the sidelines of sports content with strange movements of money. Tomas Rosicky, the Czech midfielder for Arsenal came late in the game and led to two goals for Newcastle, would include in the viewfinder of Interpol.

AC (Editors Football365.fr)

The above is a Google translation into English from www.footanglais365.com story

Below is Rosicky reaction to this RUBBISH story

posted by @cesc4official

Picture by @cesc4official

UPDATE!

By Paul Kelso, The Telegraph Chief Sports Reporter 10:31AM GMT 07 Feb 2011

Interpol deny investigation into Newcastle-Arsenal game

Interpol has this morning denied reports in the French media that it is investigating Newcastle’s 4-4 draw with Arsenal on suspicion of match-fixing.

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