TO HIS neighbours, Wilson Raj Perumal was the “quiet foreigner” and “polite chap” living next door.
THE friendly matches – involving the national teams of Jordan, Kuwait, North Korea and Iraq – were being played in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on March 26.
The New Paper reported on Saturday that Singapore had the dubious honour of being the global kings of kelong (match-fixing). How do these Singapore-based syndicates operate?
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SINGAPORE has never qualified for the football World Cup, but Fifa has instead given us a dubious honour – we are the global kings of kelong (match-fixing).
Finland club names a Singapore company, that had wired 300,000 euros to the club, as being involved in the Wilson Raj Perumal investigations.
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