Liaoning Guangyuan FC

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Liaoning Guangyuan Football Club (Chinese: 辽宁广原足球俱乐部) is a Chinese professional soccer club which played in Singapore's S.League as a foreign team in the 2007 season. The club was a satellite team of the Chinese Super League club Liaoning FC. Players from Liaoning's youth teams made up the majority of Liaoning Guangyuan's S.League squad. The team played their home games at the Queenstown Stadium. They finished in 10th place out of 12 teams in the S.League in 2007.

In 2008, allegations of match-fixing surfaced involving officials and players of Liaoning Guangyuan. Seven Liaoning Guangyuan players were subsequently jailed, while Team Manager Wang Xin left Singapore and failed to appear in court to face charges against him. He was eventually detained in Shenyang by the China Police Force in April 2009 following his alleged involvement in a match-fixing scandal in China., Sina Sports News (in Chinese), 27 November 2009

The Football Association of Singapore decided not to invite Liaoning Guangyuan to participate in the S.League again in 2008. They were replaced in the league by Dalian Shide Siwu FC., Today, 30 January 2008

Match-fixing scandal

In January 2008, the Singapore media reported that Liaoning Guangyuan's Team Manager Wang Xin had been arrested following an investigation by Singapore's Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau into alleged...
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