Radio: Declan Hill on Proposal for International Anti-Corruption Agency for Sports


By Play the Game
Last month, the European ministers of sport passed a unanimous resolution to ask the Council of Europe to help set up an international agency to fight corruption in sport.

Declan Hill was present at the meeting in Baku and  spoke to the European ministers of sport about the need for an international agency to fight corruption in sport, similar to what the World Anti-Doping Agency does regarding doping.

In yesterday's edition of the radio show 'No Holds Barred', Declan Hill talked to host Eddie Goldman about corruption in sport and what to do about it.

Listen to the programme below or download the podcast here


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