Laos Involved in Match Fixing, Vietnamese Media Drags Indonesia

Sport News, – Vietnamese media dragged Indonesia after 45 Lao players were suspended by FIFA for being involved in match fixing or match fixing.

In the sanctions, the 45 Lao players cannot play football again for life because it injures the dignity of football.

This also made the Lao Football Federation (LFF) feel disappointed and embarrassed by the condition of football in their country.

“Currently 45 male footballers have been banned from playing football for life by FIFA,” said Kanya Kaewman, secretary general of the LFF.

After being investigated, it turned out that the players who were sanctioned had committed many cases of match fixing over the years in the national league.

“For being involved in match-fixing which has accumulated over the years at the national level,” he continued.

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