After three days the English match-fixing story is out of the mainstream media.
Three days ago the Telegraph were claiming the "biggest scandal to hit English football in decades".
Now they are offering us silence.
Additionally, the Daily Telegraph have made it quite clear that they are not willing to expose Premier League corruption.
While The Guardian football section (under control of agents) do not allow comments on any of the match-fixing articles on their website.
No mention of the match-fixing on Match of the Day and that funny little guy with the dodgy trousers on the Football League show claims that "the week was dominated by managerial casualties"...
... as opposed to match-fixing in the Football League presumably.
Meanwhile, Premier League referees do not give one penalty or sending off on Saturday...
... in fact they seemed incapable of making any decisions in a combined display of invisibility.
... the 25% increase to £97m in earnings for agents from Premier League transfers doesn't even warrant a mainstream media headline.
...outrageous amounts of mainstream media headline space and column inches for Wenger saying that English football is 99.9% clean.
Nothing to see here.
C'mon, move on now.
BUT THE MOST SIGNIFICANT DATA FROM SATURDAY WAS THAT PREMIER LEAGUE BETTING VOLUME WAS DOWN BY 20% ON PROJECTED TURNOVER
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