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Kostadin Hadzhiivanov is in Macau

26 January 2012 / 16:01:15  GRReporter
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Anastasia Balezdrova

The former owner of Belasitsa Football Club Kostadin Hadzhiivanov is in Macau, announced the Greek sports journalist Kyriakos Thomaidis during his show on radio Sky. According to him, the island city has the status of a special administrative region and it has not signed an agreement with Interpol.

This means that the arrest warrant of the international police, which the Bulgarian TV7 gave information about, is not valid there. "Therefore, while he is there, Kostadin Hazhiivanov is virtually untouchable," the journalist revealed. He added that the city, which is located very close to Singapore, is the capital of gambling and the main income of its residents comes from tourism and the hundreds of casinos operating there.

Kyriakos Thomaidis shared with his listeners information, according to which the businessman from the town of Petrich was in the capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, where he managed a mysterious bookmaker house along with one of the leaders of the global network for illegal betting Winston Raj Perumal.

The issue of fixed matches in Greece has taken a new course after the folder on the scandal was submitted yesterday to the investigating judges George Avgeris and George Kalofonos. The case file consists of 25,000 pages and 39,000 telephone conversations recorded by the special equipment of the Greek special services.

Tags: Crime newsFootballKostadin HadzhiivanovFixed matchesIllegal bettingMacauKyriakos Thomaidis
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