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15 suspensions result from a Kenya soccer match-fixing investigation.

01-16 2023 casino news

15 suspensions result from a Kenya soccer match-fixing investigation.

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15 people have been banned as a result of the Football Kenya Federation's (FKF) investigation into match-fixing, including 13 players and two head coaches.

The FKF, which regulates professional soccer in Kenya, claimed to have received information suggesting that a number of players and officials had taken part in match-fixing schemes. The organization declared that it has "provisionally suspended" everyone involved "pending the results of FIFA and the FKF's integrity department's investigations"

According to the FKF, the suspensions are in line with its "zero-tolerance policy on match-fixing."

Defender Isaac Kipyegon of Tusker FC, winners of the Kenya Premier League in 2021–2022, is one of those who have been suspended. Du Monde Selenga Mangili of Kiricho FC and Willis Ochieng Oganyo of Zetech University are the two coaches who have been banned.

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