‘S’pore wouldn’t have won the M’sia Cup if not for him’

HE HAS been anointed the kelong king after his global trail match-fixing made the headlines that have rocked the game of football.

But it’s a title that Wilson Raj Perumal doesn’t want.

Instead, he insists that the crown belongs to fellow Singaporean match-fixer Rajendran “Pal” Kurusamy (pictured above) who have previously been convicted and is currently awaiting trial in Malaysia for seven corruption charges related to football.

In a series of four letters to The New Paper last week, Wilson Raj alleged that if it were not for Rajendran, Singapore would not have won the Malaysia Cup in 1994.

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