Czech club criticized over plans to use lie detectors on players

(Reuters) – Czech second division club Banik Most have been criticized by the world players’ union FIFPro over plans to make its players take lie detector tests after a run of nine successive defeats. “FIFPro is totally opposed to the use of a lie detector test and strongly recommends all players not to cooperate with this test,” said FIFPro in a statement. According to FIFPro, the players were suspected of having been involved in match-fixing. “Banik Most’s club directors…are treatin

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