Football: Czech team sanctioned for match-fixing

The association’s disciplinary committee fined Olomouc for an attempt to bribe Bohemians Prague players.


Afp August 19, 2011

PRAGUE: The Czech football association said it had sanctioned the country’s top-flight side Sigma Olomouc with a loss of nine points and $234,000 for a 2009 match-fixing scandal. The association’s disciplinary committee fined Olomouc for an attempt to bribe Bohemians Prague players ahead of their league game in May 2009 to secure a place in the Europa League. Sigma’s keeper Petr Drobisz, accused of having delivered the money, was handed an 18-month ban and a fine.



Published in The Express Tribune, August 20th, 2011.

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