Singaporean Tamil behind football's fixing disclosure
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The Finnish police were tipped off probably by one of Perumal's associates, ostensibly over a passport violation. An angry Perumal hit back against the syndicate by beginning to cooperate with the authorities, and his testimony led to a court in Italy indicting Dan Tan in December 2011. Agency reports on Tuesday, however, said the Singaporean authorities were yet to take Dan Tan into custody.
After he served a one-year sentence in Finland, Perumal was turned over to Hungary, one in the long list of EU countries where he was wanted on match-fixing charges. He remains in Hungarian custody currently.