A MAN linked to Singaporean kelong king Wilson Raj Perumal has been arrested in Hungary, the latest country to be implicated in the match-fixing expose in Europe.
KELONG King Wilson Raj Perumal was singled out as the link in a Hungarian match fixing scandal which saw a dramatic police raid nab three football players and one player agent last week.
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney's dad (above), who goes by the same name, was arrested yesterday morning over allegations of match-fixing in a Scottish Premier League (SPL) game.
He was sentenced to five months' jail for match-fixing in 2001.
For the first time, Wilson Raj Perumal, the architect of a Bahrain-Togo match that was ficed, has decided to break his silence.
FIFA is considering plans to offer rewards, amnesty and protection to those who blow the whistle on match-fixers.
A NEW name, believed to be that of the leader of a Singapore match-fixing syndicate, has emerged following a report in a German magazine.
TWO men named in Wilson Raj’s letters as having a part in match-fixing have decided to break their silence.
An El Salvadoran sports newspaper has alleged that a former S-League player is linked to match-fixing in Central America.
No thanks. You can keep the kelong king title for yourself.
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