Published September 26, 2013
The Malaysian alleged to have been the middle man in Australia's match-fixing scandal "has been denied bail in a Melbourne court for being a possible flight risk, according to local reports."
Segaran "Gerry" Gsubramaniam "is alleged to have been the liaison" between Victorian Premier League club Southern Stars and an Asian match-fixing syndicate that earned more than A$2M ($1.8M) (INSIDE WORLD FOOTBALL, 9/25
). ... The Football Federation of Cambodia "announced a revision to the Division A1 promotion playoffs, with all four teams vying for the two places in the 2014 Metfone C-League to play each other in a round-robin format" (PHNOM PENH POST, 9/25