What do you think should be done when evidence points to corruption (match fixing) years after a match has taken place? A good example would be Argentina 1978 versus Peru (article copied below) where it is alleged that Peru agreed to lose by the 4 goals needed for Argies to qualify ahead of Brazil
Should the Argies be stripped of their title? Should the Dutch be awarded it? What about Brazil?
What about if it was proved beyond doubt that Inter Milan bribed the ref in 1965 in the European Cup Semi Final? "San Siro, 12 May 1965: a time and a place which are branded across the collective consciousness of Liverpool football club and, so it has always been said, haunted Bill Shankly to his grave." (source, article below)
It is one thing to strip a club of a title they won in recent memory but what about instances of corruption like the above examples? Can anything be done once enough proof has been gathered and is it the obligation of UEFA or FIFA to do something about it? Alternatively, do they just take the easy option and do nothing, in fear of a backlash? (imagine the riots in Argentina if they were stripped of the 78' win!?)