LONDON (AFP) - Two Singaporean businessmen and a footballer were found guilty on Tuesday of involvement in a match-fixing conspiracy targeting English lower league games.
Businessmen Chann Sankaran, 33, and Krishna Ganeshan, 44, were convicted of conspiracy to commit bribery by a unanimous jury decision at Birmingham Crown Court in central England.
Michael Boateng, 22, a former defender with sixth-tier side Whitehawk FC, was also convicted of the same offence.
Jurors cleared fellow former Whitehawk player Hakeem Adelakun of the same charge.
They are still considering a verdict on Moses Swaibu, who also played for the Brighton-based team.
He is accused of a single count of conspiracy to offer, promise or give a financial advantage to other persons.
All the defendants denied all the charges against them.