OREANDA-NEWS. The International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) has issued a verdict on the life-long disqualification of Russian footballer Dmitry Aydov. He is charged with repeated participation in fixed matches for money.

The Russian defender played all fixed matches for one club, Gomel from the Belarusian Premier League. Aydov contributed to the loss of his team in two matches in 2018: on June 13, Gomel lost to BATE Borisov with a score of 0:3, and on June 29 Gomel lost to Dynamo Brest with a score of 0:6. For both matches, Aydov received a total of 22 thousand US dollars. The Russian footballer was financed by the former player Viktor Borovitsky.

According to FIFA’s decision, Aydov, who previously played in the football clubs Volga Nizhny Novgorod, Nizhny Novgorod, Torpedo Moscow, Anzhi Makhachkala and Arsenal Tula, will be banned from any football activity in any country of the world.