Singapore fugitive Wilson Raj Perumal is arrested in Finland for travelling on a forged passport and bribing footballers in the Finnish league. He is sentenced to two years' jail.
Fifa's then-security head Chris Eaton reveals that Singapore has an "academy of match-fixers". Out of 60 complaints from football associations worldwide, 26 associations say that Singaporeans were suspected of being behind "kelong" attempts in their matches.
Singapore businessman Dan Tan Seet Eng is named in an Italian match-fixing probe for masterminding fixes in 30 matches in Serie A and Serie B.
Europol announces that it has discovered close to 700 matches suspected of being fixed worldwide. It also suspects 300 fixed matches linked to a Singapore kelong cartel.
Dan Tan and 13 others are arrested following a crackdown on international match-fixing activities, allegedly led by Tan.
Singaporean Chann Sankaran is arrested in the UK for trying to fix matches in the Conference League. He is an associate of convicted fixer Wilson Raj.
This article was published on April 10 in The New Paper.
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