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FIFA bans Korean star for match fixing
FIFA bans South Korea football star Choi Sung-guk for taking part in match fixing
By The Associated Press

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) ' FIFA has banned South Korean star Choi Sung-kuk from playing professional soccer anywhere in the world for his part in a massive match-fixing scandal.

Choi was the highest-profile individual among the more than 60 former and current players and brokers who were indicted last year for their alleged involvement in rigging K-League matches.

Choi, who appeared in 26 international matches for South Korea from 2003 to 2011, was hit with a lifetime ban by the K-League and given a suspended 10-month prison sentence.



League officials said Friday that FIFA, the world governing body, had extended the ban to all of its member nations.

The 29-year-old winger had been close to signing with FK Rabotnicki in Macedonia's domestic league only to see the deal collapse in February.


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