FIFA Bans Ex-S. Africa Chief Over Match-fixing

FIFA bans ex-S. Africa chief over match-fixing

GENEVA,(Pakistan Point News - APP - 17th Augst,2016) - FIFA ethics committee investigators have called for a six-year ban against the former head of the South African Football Association Kirsten Nematandani over his alleged role in 2010 match-fixing, a statement said Wednesday. The committee was also seeking lifetime bans over the same offence against a former official from the Zimbabwe Football Association, Jonathan Musavengana, and the ex-coach of Togo's national team, Banna Tchanile. The possible sanctions follow a probe led by the deputy chief of FIFA's Independent Ethics Committee, Djimbaraye Bourngar, and are subject to approval by judges at world football's governing body.