SportsMatch Fixing: 4 South African Clubs Get Life Ban

Match Fixing: 4 South African Clubs Get Life Ban

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Four South African soccer clubs were banned from their league for life amid some eye-popping match fixing allegations.

Fourth-tier clubs Matiyasi FC, Shivulani Dangerous Tigers, Kotoko Happy Boys and Nsami Mighty Birds were all banned after a stunning display that included referees and club officials.

The Matiyasi and Mighty Birds conspired to keep the Tigers — holding a plus-16 goal differential over second place Matiyasi — from being promoted out of the SAFA Mopani Zebras Steam A. In doing so, Matiyasi claimed a ridiculous 22-0 halftime lead over Nsami.

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Seeing this, players from Shivulani and Kootko went out and one-upped their counterparts.

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Several Happy Boys players left the field at the half claiming fatigue, leaving just seven Kotoko players to finish the game.

The Tigers won in a 33-1 rout. Matiyasi, meanwhile, was a 59-1 victor in a game that saw Nsami players score 41 own-goals.

The attention-grabbing finals did just that, causing the league to investigate.

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