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Mauritius: The president of the local football federation accused of trying to fake a match




Mauritius: The president of the local football federation accused of trying to fake a match
The President of the Mauritius Football Association (MFA), Vinod Persunoo is at the heart of a controversy raging in local authorities and the world of football in Mauritius.
 
Vinod Persunoo is accused of trying to rig a second division match at the last day of the season by trying to bribe the officer Stanley United, Anzal Hosenbocus for the benefit of club Mahébourg Quartier which he presides and had the possibility, in case of a positive result, to climb to the top floor.

However, the club Stanley United won the match with a score of 3 goals to 1 at the expense of the team Mahébourg Quartier but was s It is the private station Radio Plus, which broke the story, broadcasting soundtrack recorded by Anzal Hosenboccus without the awareness of Vinod Persunoo where the latter implicitly offers the caller a bargain to fix the score of the match Stanley United vs Mahébourg Quartier.
 
For the President of the Mauritius Football Association, this discussion was a "joke".
 
Regarding the Federation, having heard the explanations of Vinod Persunoo, opening an independent commission of inquiry to shed light on these serious allegations of rigged game was decided.
 
The President of Stanley United, Anzal Hosenbocus, will also take legal action against other possible match-fixing that were distorted, according to him, the second division championship in Mauritius. till relegated to a lower division.



Fabrice François


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