Six men have been found guilty of match-fixing after a trial in Sweden.
The men, including three former Kristianstads players, were found guilty after one player admitted having received a bribe.
Two were found guilty of bribing the players to influence the outcome of games played between October 2013 and June 2015.
They were given prison sentences of between 12 and 14 months and ordered to pay fines equal to the amount they had won by betting on a fixed game in October 2013.
The ruling overturned...