Wenger calls on clinic to name names

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes the Sporting Chance clinic have a duty to name the player who says he accepted a £50,000 bribe to fix a match - and declared anyone found guilty of such an offence should be "banned for life".

The case was disclosed in a seminar on gambling at the Sporting Chance clinic in Hampshire this week, and Wenger feels the clinic - founded in 2000 by former Arsenal and England captain Tony Adams to help professional sports people battling addictions - have a responsibility to make details of the discussions public.

"He has to come out really with it because I don´t think it is fair," said the Gunners boss.

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