Europol's chief Rob Wainwright arrives for a press conference next to... News PhotoArrival,Bochum,Criminal,FIFA World Cup,Football,Horizontal,International Team Soccer,Justice - Concept,Law,Match Fixing,National Team,Netherlands,Police Force,Press Conference,Prosecution,Qualification Round,Rob Wainwright,Stadium,Suspicion,The Hague,UEFA Champions League,World Cup Qualifying RoundPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPEuropol's chief Rob Wainwright (2nd-L) arrives for a press conference next to Friedhelm Althans, chief investigator of Bochum police (L) and Andreas Bachmann (2R) from the Bochum prosecution service, in The Hague on February 4, 2013 after the police smashed a criminal network suspected of fixing 380 football matches, including in the Champions League and World Cup qualifiers. 'It is clear to us that this is the biggest investigation ever into suspected match fixing,' Wainwright told journalists. AFP PHOT / ANP / ROBIN VAN LONKHUIJSEN netherlands out - belgium out (Photo credit should read ROBIN VAN LONKHUIJSEN/AFP/Getty Images)