FIFA on Wednesday, issued eight-lifetime bans to current and former players and an agent, after they were found guilty of match fixing.
Former Sierra Leone captain Ibrahim Kargbo and ex-Trinidad and Tobago defender, Keyeno Thomas, were among those suspended from all football-related activities.
The world football’s governing body also banned former players from Benin, Afghanistan and Cuba, as well as Zimbabwean agent Kudzanai Shaba.
Kenyan defender, George Owino Audi, received a 10-year ban and a fine of 15,000 Swiss francs (13,165 euros).
FIFA said it opened disciplinary proceedings after a vast investigation into various international matches that Singaporean Wilson Raj Perumal, a convicted match-fixer, had attempted to manipulate for betting purposes.
“This large-scale investigation was conducted by FIFA over several years through its integrity department and in cooperation with the relevant stakeholders and authorities,” a FIFA statement read.