CEV in spotlight over 10-year betting-rights agreement

ISTANBUL, TURKEY - MARCH 12: Michelle Bartsch-Hackley (13), Milena Rasic (16) and Isabelle Haak (11) of VakifBank in action against Nataliya Goncharova (8) of Dinamo Moscow during the CEV Champions League Women Volley 2020 second leg quarter final volleyball match between VakifBank and Dinamo Moscow in Istanbul, Turkey on March 12, 2020. (Photo by Ahmet Dumanli/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

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