Di Martino is convinced that match-fixing continues in Italy, despite his investigation.
‘‘I'm sure it still goes on,’’ he said. ‘‘I strongly doubt it has stopped. ... I hope this inquiry makes an impact, and just for that I'm trying to keep it going.’’
AP Sports Writer John Leicester in Paris and Assistant Europe Editor Sheila Norman-Culp in London contributed to this report. Dunbar reported from Geneva.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This story is part of a six-month, multiformat AP examination of how organized crime is corrupting soccer through match-fixing, running over four days this week.