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The head of security of world football governing body Fifa, Mr Ralf Mutschke (above), said it is not right to sanction Singapore from participating in international competitions.
The South African refereeing official foiled a match-fixing attempt.
But in return he received a phone call threatening his life.
THE influence of Singapore match fixers continues to grow around the globe despite Fifa stepping up its game to eradicate the menace.
For the first time, Wilson Raj Perumal, the architect of a Bahrain-Togo match that was ficed, has decided to break his silence.
PICTURE: Chris Eaton
HIS PASSPORT is filled with stamps from all around the globe.
FIFA is considering plans to offer rewards, amnesty and protection to those who blow the whistle on match-fixers.
SHAMED fromer Asian Football Confederation President Mohamed Bin Hammam will fight charges to remain in Fifa, reported ESPN.
ASIAN Football Confederation's (AFC) chief Mohamed bin Hammam should leave Fifa.
It's all right if a fix does not go according to plan. But if somebody betrays the group, "they may put your life in danger".
FOR YEARS, Sepp Blatter has been blamed for everything that's wrong in football.
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