Serbian referee Srdjan Obradovic was sentenced by the Novi Sad High Court to 15 months in prison and 10 years in prison for allegedly favoring Spartak Subotica in receiving Radnicki Nis, a match from the penultimate round of the Serbian league, which was played in May 2018.
Spartak Subotica won 2-0, with two penalties, one of them considered “scandalous” by the country’s sports press, in a game in which they were fighting for their presence in the Europa League and in which Radnicki Nis played with 10, after the goal scorer. team has been expelled. The police questioned the referee after the game, for suspected corruption, and his testimony was later used by the prosecution.The sentence, which also prevents the referee from performing any position in the federation, is subject to appeal.
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