Thursday, October 2, 2014   

Happy Valley, Tuen Mun suspended for one month
(01-08 17:18)

Two first division teams in local football league have been suspended for one month over alleged match fixing, the Hong Kong Football Association said.
Happy Valley and Tuen Mun are forced to skip matches in the coming month, said HKFA chief executive Mark Sutcliffe.
The association is also seeking help from mainland counterpart to find former Tuen Mun defender Li Ming for further investigation.
Six players and three others, including technical director Sergio Timoner, were arrested by graftbuster earlier after a match on Sunday.
Happy Valley lost 5-0 in the game.
   
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