An "academy of match-fixers" operating out of Singapore could be responsible for rigging matches around the world, FIFA's head of security Chris Eaton said in a newspaper interview on Saturday. Eaton was reported saying: "I form the conclusion that Singapore seems to have an academy of match-fixers, and that many of the inquiries we're making on behalf of FIFA are coming back to Singapore." Read here for the full report. It comes to no surprise that several individuals from the Republic have been linked to many cases in and around Singapore. In fact, many believe they are also involved in Malaysia. Some claim Singaporeans had a hand in the Malaysia-Monomotapa United fiasco not too long ago. HD says: And people claim Singapore is clean?