PZPN issued a statement regarding Hutnik Kraków, whose players were suspected of fixing match results. The highest football body in Poland was informed about the circumstances by the club’s authorities.
“The club asked the Disciplinary Ombudsman at the PZPN to verify it by using the tools that the PZPN has and uses in similar situations to analyze whether there was any match-fixing in the last two matches,” Hutnik wrote. Kraków in a statement issued at the beginning of November this year. The matter has been resolved.
PZPN issued a statement regarding Hutnik Kraków
Suspicion of match fixing concerned two e-Winner 2. Liga matches. The first one took place on October 29, 2023, when the opponent of the Krakow team were the reserves of Lech Poznań. Hutnik was leading 3-0, but at the end of the match they conceded four goals. A similar situation happened on November 5. The Krakow team faced Kotwica Kołobrzeg and despite leading by three goals, the final score was 3:5.
The Polish Football Association carefully analyzed the situation and concluded that the results were not the result of previous bets with legal bookmakers.
“Clear information and reports obtained from companies monitoring bookmakers have shown that, both on Asian markets and locally on the market of legally operating bookmakers in Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, no suspicious bets have been recorded, especially in live bets on change of result and loss.” Hutnik despite the previous high lead in these matches,” we read in a statement from PZPN.
A decision has been made regarding the Hutnik player
Due to the circumstances, the contract with footballer Kamil Wenger was terminated and Dawid Kubowicz was suspended. The decision regarding the latter will be announced soon.
“The proceedings regarding the suspension of the player Dawid Kubowicz by the Hutnik Kraków club have also been completed. The decision will be announced at the meeting to be held on December 21, 2023. – added.