Well this Chinese businessman Ye bought Allianssi last summer in the middle of the season. He appointed the belgian Oliver Suray as the general manager. Suray went on and on how Finnish players can't play so he immediately brought six players from Belgium. At the same time Allianssi's best player goalkeeper Sillanpää was sent to some Belgian club for a trial. He also replaced the coach by Thierry Pister.
The first game the "new" Allianssi plays, they lose 8-0 to Haka, with all the new players playing, including a goalkeeper that would have been laughed off from a 6th division match. Later it turns out that the match has been played with huge bets in China and elsewhere in East Asia. Something like €6 million more than usually, I seem to remember. Anyway, he bought Allianssi for much less, so a huge profit was made.
There were couple of other instances of Allianssi losing which seemed a bit fishy, but nothing like the first match. For the rest of the season Allianssi played ok, and two of the players from Belgium turned out to be ok (Chebaiki and La Placa). The rest were obviously just puppets in the scheme.
After the season Ye couldn't been found anywhere and Allianssi went bankrupt. Now they have lost their place in the First division and it's probably the end for the club. It's only a young club anyway without many fans, so it's not that big an outrage. But still terrible, of course.
Taught a lesson to everybody in Finnish football, though. In the summer there aren't many other leagues being played in the world so a lot of money is bet on our games. Since the salaries and budgets of teams are much lower than in bigger European leagues, a scam like this was bound to happen. I suppose they'll never get Ye for this, but I hope they nail that Suray bastard in Belgium and throw him in jail.
Irriducibili? No thanks, I'm a fan of Lazio.