Turkey jails 15 more in match-fixing probe

July 7, 2011 09:44

ISTANBUL - A Turkish court jailed 15 more people, including top soccer club executives, pending trial on Thursday as part of a major match-fixing investigation which the prime minister said is staining the country's image.

Three executives of champions Fenerbahce, the chairman of Sivasspor and coach of Eskisehirspor were among the 15 sent to jail on the orders of an Istanbul court, state-run Anatolian news agency reported.A total of 22 have now been jailed after seven were sent to Metris jail in Istanbul overnight.

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