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Joko Driyono trial related to evidence tampering and match fixing must be adjourned because a witness cannot be present.
Joko Driyono, the former acting chairman of the Indonesian Football Association (PSSI), is threatened with a seven-year prison sentence
Joko Driyono, the acting chief of the Indonesian Soccer Association (PSSI), has undergone two police examinations as a suspect.
PSSI acting head Joko Driyono completed a string of police questioning that lasted nearly 43 hours for tampering police evidence.
Anti-soccer mafia police task force recently named PSSI Chairman Joko Driyono as a suspect of alleged evidence tampering.
PSSI acting chairman Joko Driyono is suspected of playing a major role in the match-fixing scandal that rocked the country's soccer scene.
PSSI stated on its website Saturday, Feb. 16, that the suspect naming was not linked to the match-fixing case currently viral on the media.
Police's anti-football mafia task force plans to question the acting chairman of PSSI Joko Driyono on Thursday noon.