, the code was based on food, women and cars; in Turkey, it was based on farming and construction terms.
FOUR-WHEELED DRIVE — A fixed game that was rock-solid, its outcome assured.
GIRLS — A reference to police: "We have two girls on our tail."
KEYS — Upfront bribes for players: "They won't sell the car without the keys."
KULEN — A kind of local pork sausage that referred to a package of €1,000 (about $1,275) in payoff money.
MERCEDES — Games still in the process of being fixed: "The Mercedes is in the shop."
PASSAT — A fixed game: "The Passat is ready to be picked up."
PAPRIKA — Pre-game bribes.
BUILDINGS UNDER CONSTRUCTION — Games in the process of being fixed.
CROPS BEING WATERED — Match-fixing payments to players or referees.
GOATS IN THE FIELD — Soccer players.
PLOWING, PLANTING and SOWING — Efforts by club officials to fix games.