Two charged for fixing in Malaysian Super League

May 26, 2012, 08:12 IST | AFP

A top referee and a former Malaysian international have been charged with plotting to fix a match in Singapore, as corruption claims again overshadowed football in the Southeast Asian state.

Malaysian referee Shokri Bin Nor and retired winger S Thanasegar are accused of trying to rig the Malaysian Super League game this week. Shokri was arrested before Tuesday’s match and a FAS official confirmed that Thanasegar was also arrested and charged. 

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