The Chinese football season has begun under greater scrutiny than ever before.
The sport has long been blighted by match-fixing, fuelled by an underground betting industry worth up to $150bn a year.
The government has launched a crackdown, with players, officials and referees among those arrested.
Harry Fawcett has this report from Beijing.
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