The reason was the scandal with the “dogovornjakah”.
Became known some details of the match-fixing scandal in Armenia. As we wrote earlier, in Armenia prematurely ended the football championship in the first League. Five teams – the “Aragats”, “torpedo”, “Masis”, “locomotive” and “Yerevan” – were disqualified for various periods of time. Also under the sanctions were 58 people, 44 of them were suspended from football for life. It became known later that the number in the number of guilty caught 25 Ukrainians.
20 representatives of Ukraine received a lifetime suspension: Sergey Litovchenko (ex-coach of Kiev “Arsenal”), Evgeny Zakharchenko (ex-player of “Agribusiness”), Timothy Sheremet (former player of FC Metalurh Zaporizhya), Igor Bykovsky (ex-player of “Mariupol”), Artem Pilipenko (ex-player of Kiev “Arsenal”), Ilya Stiltskin (ex-player of “Miner”), Sergey Dyachuk (played in the first League of Ukraine), Dmitry Kopytov (ex-player of “Steel”), Anton Antoshin (ex-player of “Steel”), Yaroslav Yasnitsky (ex-player of “Agribusiness”), Anatoliy piskovets (ex-coach of “Volyn”), Bogdan Sukhodub (ex-player of “Mariupol”), Dmitry P. (ex-player of “Metalist-1925”), Oleg Gumenyuk (ex-player “Tavria”), Ilya glushytskiy (ex-player of “Goverla”), Eugene Konyashin (played in the Academy of Kiev “Arsenal”), Maxim Fractional (the owner of the Armenian “Locomotive”)Egor meadow (ex-player of “Sum”), Rostislav Kozar (the owner of the Armenian “Aragats”) and Yuri Okul (coach of the Armenian “Aragats”).
One year disqualification was received by Miroslav Grandfather (a graduate of the “Volhynia”) and Dmitry Mikhailenko (a graduate of “Chernomorets”).
For three years disqualified Mikhail Popov (a pupil of “Chernomorets”), Alexei Bondarenko (ex-player “real Pharma”) and Nikita Filatov (former player of Olympique de Marseille).