Christian Lønstrup is still sure that there has been match-fixing place in FC Roskilde, where he previously was the head coach.
he says on Thursday night for TV2 Sport, after that in the Middle - and West zealand Police on Wednesday chose to drop the case of alleged match-fixing in 1.-denmark.
- I'm not for a second doubt that there has been match-fixing, he says.
He is disappointed that the case has been dropped.
- I'm not a policeman, but for me there are a lot of indications that show that there has been match-fixing in the club, says Christian Lønstrup to TV2 Sport.
In may last year accused the then FC Roskilde-coach his own players to match-fixing, after he had been given a tip.
the Danish sports confederation (DIF) went into the matter, but could not prove that there had been anything illegal.
According to the police made 'numerous interviews with the players and other people linked to the FC Roskilde'.
the Police have also looked at the economy by selected persons.
- None of these authorities have, however, could confirm the suspicions about the long-term, organized and systematic match-fixing, why the prosecution has decided to terminate the investigation, wrote in the Middle - and West zealand Police in a message earlier Thursday.
Indians were suspended, after he had accused the players of match-fixing, and Roskilde announced later that the trainer had chosen to terminate his position. Indians argue, however, that he did not even said up.
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