FIFA suspends ex-Willem II’there Kargbo life sentence for matchfixing
24 april, 2019 19:09
Last update: 21 minutes ago
Update: 21 minutes ago
Former Willem II’Ibrahim Kargbo on Wednesday along with seven others lifelong suspended by FIFA because of matchfixing. The midfielder from Sierra Leone in the Netherlands it was also mentioned in a matchfixingschandaal.
The FIFA release no further details about the case around the now 36-year-old Kargbo, who this season for the small English Dulwich Hamlet FC played. Between 2006 and 2010, he was William II.
Kargbo was there in 2015 by the KNVB suspected that he was, in his time as a player of Willem II matches had been manipulated. There would be years of contact between the midfielder and the Singaporean matchfixer Wilson Raj Peruma, who was also in the FIFA investigation as a pivot is called.