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She thought her brother had gone to Europe for a simple holiday.
She had no clue that Chann Sankaran, 33, had been arrested in England on suspicion of fixing English football matches.
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The covert operation started about seven months ago.
The target was to crush an alleged international football match-fixing syndicate with suspected Singapore links.
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An organised crime syndicate based in Singapore is behind the biggest match-fixing scandal ever exposed, according to Europol, the European Union’s police.
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One Singaporean linked to convicted match-fixer Wilson Raj Perumal and three other Malaysians were arrested by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) on Tuesday night.
HE claimed he would have taken the secret to the grave.
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.
For the first time, Wilson Raj Perumal, the architect of a Bahrain-Togo match that was ficed, has decided to break his silence.
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.
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