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Several members of the Indonesian Soccer Association (PSSI) are implicated in a match-fixing scandal. They are suspected of influencing clubs and fixing referees, not only in Leagues 2 and 3, but also in League 1.
Indonesian soccer has long been marred by match fixing. Overseas brokers are involved.
Edy Rahmayadi’s leadership is being criticized by PSSI provincial branches. His leadership will be questioned during the annual congress.
PSSI Secretary-General Ratu Tisha Destria:
The topic of soccer mafia again falls under the spotlight after Lasmi Indaryani, manager of the League 3 team Persibara Banjarnegara, openly said she deposited hundreds of millions of rupiah to an individual who promised that her club would be promoted to League 2.
Rochi Putiray: Former National Football Player