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(From China Daily)
FRANKFURT: Germany's Football Association (DFB) widened its investigation into suspected match-rigging to look at five more games on Monday, while a local public prosecutor's office launched its own probe into the scandal.
German referee Robert Hoyzer, who has denied allegations of match-fixing, is suspected by the DFB of rigging a Cup match he took charge of in August after betting on the result.
The DFB held a five-hour meeting on Monday as an issue that has shocked German football threatened to overshadow the announcement of ticket sales procedures for the 2006 World Cup, which Germany is hosting.
After the hastily …