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PERMANENT SUSPENSION FOR THE CORRUPT

When asked about the Panomera system, The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) said it would study any new measure that can help the association and the authorities battle football corruption.

FAS spokesman Gerard Wong said it would permanently suspend any player or official convicted of match fixing or football corruption from all football activities.

He added: "All players must also undergo random lie-detector tests.

"This measure has had a big impact on reducing match fixing and corruption in Singapore and we have been commended by Fifa and the Asian Football Confederation for it."

The FAS urges members of the public to contact the authorities whenever they have evidence of match fixing and corruption.