Former Bromley footballer guilty of match-fixing Down Under

David Obaze scores for Bromley in 2008 against Weston-super-Mare. Picture by Edmund Boyden.

David Obaze scores for Bromley in 2008 against Weston-super-Mare. Picture by Edmund Boyden.

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A former Bromley FC footballer has been fined by an Australian court for match-fixing.

David Obaze, who spent the first half of the 2008-09 campaign with the Lillywhites, admitted fixing the outcome in a trio of Australian Victoria Premier League fixtures.

He was fined $3,000 (£1,643), a punishment which comes on top of the lifetime ban from football the 25-year-old was handed last year by FIFA.

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12:38am Fri 18 Jul 14

Toolbox69 says...

Right, but also a bit rich of FIFA banning him for life considering what we hear of their shenanigans.
Right, but also a bit rich of FIFA banning him for life considering what we hear of their shenanigans. Toolbox69
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