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22 players and officials banned from football for life for match-fixing charges

Twenty-two players and officials have been banned from football for life for match-fixing.

The individuals from Laos and Cambodia were all involved in match manipulation involving the representative teams of Laos and Lao Toyota FC, a club side from Vientiane in Laos.

Asian soccer's governing body (AFC) said on Wednesday that fifteen of the 22 banned people are current or former players from Laos or Lao Toyota FC.


Laos internationals Saynakhonevieng Phommapanya, Chintana Souksavath, Moukda Souksavath and Phatthana Syvilay were all provisionally suspended for their role in the scandal by the AFC in November.

The four are among the 22 who have now been suspended from all football-related activities for life.

Source: Mirror

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