Two Singaporeans of Indian origin sentenced to five years imprisonment in UK for match-fixing, 20 Jun 2014
Three men have been jailed for their involvement in a plot to fix a football match in England.
Businessmen Chann Sankaran and Krishna Ganeshan were convicted of conspiracy to commit bribery at Birmingham Crown Court on Wednesday, and on Friday were sentenced to five years' imprisonment.
Former Whitehawk FC defender Michael Boateng - also found guilty earlier this week - was handed 16 months behind bars for his role, while Hakeem Adelakun was cleared of the same charge and fellow footballer Moses Swaibu awaits a re-trial. Full story

  1. Businessmen and footballer jailed over match-fixing - BBC News
  2. Footballer and two businessmen jailed over match-fixing plot - Guardian UK
  3. Footballer jailed along with two Far Eastern businessmen for match-fixing plot -
  4. Businessmen jailed for five years over match fixing scandal -
  5. Michael Boateng, Chann Sankaran and Krishna Ganeshan found guilty of match fixing and bribery -

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