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Sport Corruption: FIFA strikes strongly against a Kenyan

21:30  04 may  2021
21:30  04 may  2021 Source:   football365.fr

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club found guilty of having faked several championship games, the Kenyan Club of Zoo FC has been demoted with immediate effect by FIFA.

FIFA intends to fight against the rigged matches and now attaches the actions to the lyrics. The Kenyan Club Zoo FC has learned it at its expense. After a survey of its integrity department, "the FIFA Discipline Commission declared Kenyan (...) training guilty of being involved in a matches handling case, in violation of the FIFA Disciplinary Code" and Relagued it in second division, indicates FIFA in a statement. Several games rigged between 2018 and 2020 the incriminated facts relate to "several games of Premier League Kenyan (...) disputed between 2018 and 2020." This is, if we believe the FIFA statement, of the First penalty of this type Since the entry into force of the amendments to the disciplinary code in 2019. The club based in the city of Kericho (southwestern Kenya) has broken Articles 8 (liability) and 18 (manipulation of matches and of football competitions) of this code. ZOO FC keeps the possibility of appealing the decision before the FIFA Board of Appeal.

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