Alleged match fixer to give defence, trial resumes Mar 24
Published on Mar 6, 2014 3:54 PM
Alleged match-fixer Eric Ding Si Yang has to give his defence in court, after a district court found on Thursday that prosecutors had made out a prima facie case against him for corruption.
This means the court found that there is enough evidence to continue with the case against him.
The 31-year-old had allegedly bribed three Lebanese match officials using sex with prostitutes when they were here to officiate an Asian Football Confederation match on April 3 last year.
His trial, which has already stretched to 22 days since it began last July, will continue on the week of March 24.
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