Selangor defender Ramez Dayoub is one of two players suspended for life by the Lebanese FA for alleged match-fixing, pending appeal.
Ramez and Mahmoud Ali have also been slapped with a US$15,000 fine.
The announcement was made today in a Press conference by Chairman of the Commission of Inquiry who is also secretary general of the West Asia Football Federation, Fadi Zureikat at the headquarters of the Lebanese Association of Football.
Having spent 174 hours interviewing 65 witnesses, 44 players, three referees and 18 officials, the FA also suspended two players for three seasons and 20 more for a season.
The announcement came just days after the Interpol conference on match-fixing in Kuala Lumpur.
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