8 individuals to be put in front of a judge for football match-fixing including Caen President Fortin

SM Caen President Jean-François Fortin and seven other individuals will be put in front of a criminal court to face charges of match fixing in Ligue 2. Three years after the incident took place during a Ligue 2 match between Caen and Nimes in 2014, which ended 1-1.

Fortin will be tried for passive corruption, as for his Nimes counterpart Jean-Marc Conrad, he will be tried for active corruption, in preparation of a suit that prosecutors intend to bring against multiple parties on the subject of sporting corruption.



More European Football News