Five Nepalese footballers facing life sentences for match fixing

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Authorities in Nepal are seeking life sentences for five footballers charged with treason over alleged match fixing.

Last month, Nepalese authorities detained five footballers, including national team captain Sagar Thapa, over allegations the players colluded to fix several matches, including qualifiers for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

On Sunday, Bhadrakali Pokharel, Registrar at the Special Court in Kathmandu, told Agence France-Presse that Thapa, goalkeeper Ritesh Thapa, defender Sandip Rai and former players Bikash Singh Chhetri and Anjan KC “were found involved in match-fixing … accepting money to lose matches.”


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