The Sierra Leone Football Association has launched investigations over an alleged match fixing. According to the latest confirmed reports by the Daily Mail Sports, two teams from the first division scored 187 goals in two games with the first match ending on 95-0 and the second one ending on 91-1.
According reports, the FA has termed the results by the two teams as impractical as the Football Association launch thorough investigations on the controversial results by the two teams. The FA has further reiterated that there will be zero tolerance in case the match manipulation is proven.
Players from both teams and the officials who presided over the games are currently being probed over match fixing. The two teams, Kahula Rangers and Lumbenbu United are currently being investigated with the final details of the investigation set to be released soon. The Association has warned of stern punishment in case the teams are found guilty of match fixing.
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