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Lebanon rocked by match-fixing scandal

February 27, 2013
By ESPN staff
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An investigation carried out by the West Asian Football Federation has found 24 players and two club officials in Lebanon to have been involved in fixing both continental and international matches, according to a report in the The Daily Star Lebanon.

The Lebanese Football Federation has since acted by handing out lifetime bans and $15,000 fines to two players - Ramez Dayoub and Mahmoud El-Ali - as part of the probe into corruption which ...

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