A new book delving into corruption in sports discusses how cycling’s Team Sky, now called Team Ineos, can help to restore trust among fans. Photo: Reuters A new book delving into corruption in sports discusses how cycling’s Team Sky, now called Team Ineos, can help to restore trust among fans. Photo: Reuters
A new book delving into corruption in sports discusses how cycling’s Team Sky, now called Team Ineos, can help to restore trust among fans. Photo: Reuters

Corruption in sport: researchers seek positive outcomes from real scandals to help ‘restore trust’ among fans

  • University of Canberra’s Catherine Ordway and her team delve into well-known cases and identify how they may have helped reform the system
  • Authors also critical of authorities they deem have not gone far enough, as in the case of Nigerian coach accused of accepting money to influence team selection

Topic |   Fifa corruption scandal
A new book delving into corruption in sports discusses how cycling’s Team Sky, now called Team Ineos, can help to restore trust among fans. Photo: Reuters A new book delving into corruption in sports discusses how cycling’s Team Sky, now called Team Ineos, can help to restore trust among fans. Photo: Reuters
A new book delving into corruption in sports discusses how cycling’s Team Sky, now called Team Ineos, can help to restore trust among fans. Photo: Reuters
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