Romania FC bans 17 in match-fixing game scandal

Romania’s football federation (FRF) has banned three coaches and 14 players at second division Gloria Buzau from participating in any football league due to to match-fixing allegations.

Reuters reported that the FRF imposed bans between two years and two months against Coach Viorel Ion and assistants Marian Rosu and Romeo Bunica after their names were dragged in the soccer-related controversy.

The national federation also meted 200,000 lei ($49,803) apiece to the three coaches.

On the other hand, 14 players were suspended between two and 12 months and fined between 10,000 ($2472) and 50,000 ($12360) lei.

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