SINGAPORE: Businessman Eric Ding Si Yang had his jail term increased by the High Court on Friday (Jan 16) from three years to five for bribing football match officials. Justice Chan Seng Onn allowed the prosecution's appeal for a higher penalty ... Channel NewsAsia, 1 week ago
Court sets tougher penalties for match-fixing - Today Online, 1 week ago
Match-fixer gets higher jail term - Today Online, 1 week ago
Singaporean soccer-fixer Eric Ding Si Yang's three-year jail term was raised to five years as a warning of the heavy penalty of sports-rigging in the city, a judge said. A robust sentence is needed to check the rise of the scourge of match-fixing ...Bloomberg, 1 week ago Singapore football-fixer's jail term raised to five years to serve as warning, judge says Malay Mail, 1 week ago New Zealand passes new laws to fight sports matchfixing Malay Mail, 1 month ago
Ex-Kedah striker Thana Segar S Sinnaniah was charged with attempting to fix the result of a Malaysian Super League tie between LionsXII and Sarawak in 2012. — Today file photo SINGAPORE, Jan 19 — A former Malaysian footballer who fled Singapore ...Malay Mail, 1 week ago Ex-footballer pleads guilty to aiding to fix match and absconding Today Online, 1 week ago Ex-footballer pleads guilty to trying to fix MSL match Channel NewsAsia, 1 week ago
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