46 more indicted over match-fixing
SEOUL, South Korea -- South Korean prosecutors said Thursday they've indicted 46 more soccer players in a widening match-fixing scandal.
The players from six teams allegedly took bribes in return for trying to fix the results of games or bet on games after learning their outcome would be rigged, prosecutors said.
Prosecutors have found the outcomes of 15 K-League games last year were rigged and they will continue to investigate to find out if more games were fixed, the prosecution ...
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