players, coaches, owners and agents only get paid for their dirty job. If the players failed they had in some cases refund 50% of the loss to the apparent organisation. Now the question is, if Celta Vigo and Cordoba players could not bet a single penny on the above game who do you think placed millions on the draw? The supporters? The club? or the same mafia which has available and unlimited funds..
So, if the players didn't get paid in Spain surely there is a difference?
I'm pretty sure you wouldn't need the mobsters to get involved, as the info about this game was spreading the price would drop, you might remember a Leiria game this season with an amazing move, just like this one, and there was no mafia involved.
Those who knew the news first started opening positions, some bookies started slashing as the liabilities were getting bigger and bigger and the rest is history. You don't need the mafia to do this...
Please be assured I don't think that what happened now is by any means right, it surely isn't. It's bad for any sport and it was one of the dullest games I've seen.
But it has nothing to do with corrupted sports. Unethical yes, but not corrupted.