Referee Srdjan Obradovic, who was detained on suspicion of match-fixing in Serbia in the Subotica-Radnicki match in 2018, was sentenced to 15 months in prison and 10 years from football.
15 YEAR PRISON 10 YEAR MEN
According to the Serbian news agency Tanjug; Judge Srdjan Obradovic has been ruled out. The Supreme Court of Novi Sad has sentenced arbitrator Srdjan Obradovic to 15 years in prison for abuse of office Srdjan Obradovic was also banned from football for 10 years.
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The penalty given by host Subotica in the Radinkci match played in 2018 and won 2-0 by host Subotica caused great controversy in the country, after which Serbian referee Obradovic was taken into custody and placed in a lie detector on suspicion of match-fixing.