By Wilson Raj Perumal, Alessandro Righi, Emanuele Piano
Wilson Raj Perumal has been categorized the world's such a lot prolific match-fixer in football's contemporary heritage. Born a village boy in rural Singapore within the mid-60's, Wilson climbed the heights of overseas match-fixing throughout 5 continents, turning into FIFA's so much sought after guy.
Like a "guppy within the sea", Wilson begins a small gambler, blending with the neighborhood Singapore bookies, and witnesses the increase and fall of the old-school Asian "big fish" of match-fixing till he unearths himself competing opposed to them in a global with out set ideas, the place turncoats are the norm and speedy cash the single force.
Perumal was once arrested in Finland in February 2011 and made up our minds to collaborate with specialists, hence starting the match-fixing Pandora's field. In his e-book, Wilson finds an extraordinary account of the way the overseas match-fixing underworld has prompted the results of fits at each point of soccer that we could have watched unsuspectingly.
Kelong Kings is the final word story approximately playing, soccer and match-fixing, informed without delay via the fellow who made all of it take place. yet be steered, when you learn this e-book, you'll by no means have the capacity to watch a football fit within the similar method back.
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