We are not aware of any occurrences of match fixing within the NASL and neither do we have reason to suspect that match fixing has taken place within the NASL.
The foundation of every sport is fair play and every sports organization has a duty to provide an honest and level playing field at all times. We are aware of the threat posed by unscrupulous groups and individuals and will work to combat any such threats in our area of the sport.
All players, coaches and staff will receive clear guidance regarding such matters and will be reminded regularly of their responsibilities as sports professionals and of the potential for outside forces to attempt to take advantage of their privileged position.
The NASL will react aggressively and coordinate with all appropriate authorities ant action as it relates to match fixing with the appropriate governing bodies and law enforcement agencies.
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