Ex-Man City midfielder Dickson Etuhu denies match-fixing involvement

He was voluntarily interviewed under caution but not arrested.


Former Manchester City midfielder has denied claims of involvement in a major European match-fixing scandal.

The Times says Etuhu was quizzed by Swedish cops over allegations surrounding Gothenburg’s suspended clash against AIK Stockholm in May.

One of the league’s most high-profile fixtures was called off after AIK stopper Kenny Stamatopoulos told authorities he had been approached by a former team-mate.

The reserve goalkeeper, 38, insisted he had been offered a huge payday – believed to be around £180,000 – to under-perform after an injury to the club’s No1.

Ex-Manchester City, Sunderland and Fulham midfielder Etuhu is currently working as an agent after finishing his playing career at AIK in 2016.

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