Accra - Nigeria has been mentioned in a 2010 World Cup qualification match fixing scandal, ghanasoccernet reports.
In a book publication, a Singaporean, Wilson Raj Perumal claimed he helped Nigeria qualify for the 2010 FIFA World Cup hosted by South Africa.
He claimed the Nigeria FA promised to hand him the right to organize their pre-World Cup friendlies, and a share of the money FIFA pays to help teams prepare for the tournament, as reward.
Perumal was part of a syndicate that has been placed at the heart of a sophisticated network responsible for fixing hundreds of matches around the world.
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