Roma striker Pablo Daniel Osvaldo wouldn’t report a teammate who tried to fix a game – he’d beat him up instead.
Asked about the subject of match fixing by GQ magazine, the Argentine-born Italian international said he’d dish out his own justice.
“If a teammate sold a game then I wouldn’t make the authorities aware of it,” the former Espanyol man noted.
“That’s because what happens in the changing rooms should stay there,” insisted the Azzurri centre-forward.
“I wouldn’t act as an informer, but I wouldn’t turn my back either. In silence, I’d kill him with punches...”
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