Higgins to have role on snooker 'integrity unit'

Higgins to have role on snooker 'integrity unit'

Suspended former world champion John Higgins will play a role in World Snooker's new measures to ensure the integrity of the sport.

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Higgins set to learn fate today

Higgins set to learn fate today

John Higgins was set to learn his fate today as the two-day tribunal to determine whether he conspired to fix matches approached its close.

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Hearn: Players will be 'terrified' of cheating

Hearn: Players will be 'terrified' of cheating

Barry Hearn believes snooker players will be “terrified” of cheating the system after seeing John Higgins suspended for allegedly agreeing to fix frames in return for payment.

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Hearn promises speedy inquiry in match-fixing probe

World Snooker chief Barry Hearn today vowed that the governing body will investigate allegations made against world champion John Higgins “in the fastest possible timetable”.

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Hearn reveals talks with tearful Higgins

Hearn reveals talks with tearful Higgins

Suspended snooker star John Higgins wept down the phone to Barry Hearn but was warned last night that his snooker future will be in peril if newspaper allegations that he agreed to fix frames at tournaments can be confirmed.

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Higgins: My conscience is clear

Higgins: My conscience is clear

John Higgins today insisted he would never fix a snooker match and declared his conscience was “100% clear” following the newspaper allegations that he agreed to throw frames in return for money.

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Davis: Dark day for snooker

Davis: Dark day for snooker

Steve Davis expressed shock on “a dark day for snooker” following newspaper allegations that John Higgins agreed to fix the outcome of frames for money.

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Hearn confirms Higgins suspension

Hearn confirms Higgins suspension

Snooker chief Barry Hearn has confirmed that John Higgins has been suspended following today’s newspaper allegations about frame-fixing.

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Higgins facing suspension following fixing allegations

Higgins facing suspension following fixing allegations

Snooker chief Barry Hearn today said he was “absolutely mortified” following allegations that world number one John Higgins agreed to fix the outcome of frames in return for cash.

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