FIFA bans Ghanaian official for match fixing

Ghanaian match official, Joseph Odartei Lamptey was banned today(Monday) for life by world football’s governing body FIFA for match-fixing.

Odartei Lamptey was found guilty of breaching FIFA’s disciplinary code during a World Cup qualifying game between South Africa and Senegal on November 12, 2016.

In a statement by FIFA stated, “The official was found guilty of unlawfully influencing match results,”

Ghanaian match official Joseph Odartei Lamptey was on Monday banned for life by world football’s governing body FIFA for match-fixing.

Odartei Lamptey was found guilty of breaching FIFA’s disciplinary code during a World Cup qualifying game between South Africa and Senegal on November 12, 2016.

FIFA said in a statement. “The official was found guilty of unlawfully influencing match results,”

Zurich-based FIFA said it was dismissing charges against another Ghanaian match official David Lionheart Nii Lartey Laryea, who had also been under investigation.

“Further information concerning the South Africa v. Senegal match in question will be provided once the decision becomes final and binding,” FIFA said.

“FIFA will continue with its ongoing efforts to combat match manipulation through a variety of initiatives, which include the monitoring of international betting and a confidential reporting system with a dedicated integrity hotline and e-mail address.”

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