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05/31/2014 01:35 pm ET | Updated May 31, 2014

Fixed Matches Cast Shadow Over World Cup

AP

A soccer referee named Ibrahim Chaibou walked into a bank in a small South African city carrying a bag filled with as much as $100,000 in $100 bills, according to another referee traveling with him. The deposit was so large that a bank employee gave Mr. Chaibou a gift of commemorative coins bearing the likeness of Nelson Mandela.

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