Former Nimes bosses sentenced to jail in match-fixing case

By – Associated Press – Thursday, September 13, 2018

PARIS (AP) – A French court has sentenced the former owners of to three years in jail – 18 months served and 18 months suspended – for their role in a match-fixing case.

Former president Jean-Marc Conrad and Serge Kasparian – who was ‘ main shareholder when they tried to fix the results of matches as their club fought off relegation in 2014 – were also ordered to pay a 50,000 euro fine ($58,000) on Thursday. They can appeal the decision.

Under new management, returned to the top division this summer for the first time in 25 years after finishing runner-up to Ligue 2 champion Reims last season.


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