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Kakhi Kaladze: I am ready to give testimony as a witness anytime
10:48 29.05.2012
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According to the statement of the former football player, Kakha Kaladze, he is ready to go to Italy anytime and give testimony with a status of a witness in connection with the soccer scandalous case.

Kaladze spread statement about this in his “Facebook” official page.

Kaladze calls on media outlets not to dramatize the situation artificially.

“There have been media reports that the Italian police have questioned several players in connection with the fixed matches. As reported by the press, it is possible that, soon I will appear among the people who should be interrogated. If the case requires, I am ready to arrive in Italy anytime and give testimony as a witness. All my life I have fight with dignity and all my life I fight against fixed matches”, - is said in the statement.  

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