TNP PHOTO: Zaihan Mohd Yusof
Regional anti-corruption officer John (not his real name) looked like any other football fan as he sat on the crowded stands (above) of the Bukit Jalil Stadium in Selangor, Malaysia.
They thought nobody would notice them.
Four men suspected of being part of a Singapore-Malaysia match-fixing syndicate entered Indonesia on numerous occasions in April and May last year.
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Former Home United coach Steve Darby (above) has told The New Paper that he once received death threats because he refused to fix a match,
He started receiving the anonymous calls in 2005.
PHOTO: THE STRAITS TIMES
There was talk that the duo accused of match fixing had skipped bail and left Singapore.
THE LATEST round of arrests in Italy’s ongoing crackdown on match-fixing yesterday saw high-profile figures in Italian football detained or questioned.
TNP PICTURE: Gavin Foo
WE ARE astonished and aggrieved. But most importantly, we are innocent.
IN LESS than a month, Singapore’s infamous Kelong King may walk out of prison in Finland after serving 12 months of his two-year jail sentence.
PICTURES: TRIBUNALE ORDINARIO DI CRAMONA
THE Singaporean match-fixers, who had been visiting Milan, Italy, thought they could outsmart the police.
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