Romanian players forced to take lie detector tests
BUCHAREST -- Players at a Romanian first division club will be forced to take lie detector tests after losing two matches.
Last week National Bucharest surprisingly lost 1-0 at home against Vaslui and 2-0 at Jiul Petrosani to dent their chances of playing in European competition next season.
"It's about a moral audit which will allow our players to show they played honestly against Vaslui and Petrosani," the club's main shareholder, Constantin Iacov, told Reuters.
"I think it's normal to check your employees from time to time," Iacov said on Tuesday.
"I'll be the first to undergo the polygraph test and the team's coaches soon after me."