A state prosecutor says three Czech football players and a club official have been charged with bribery and will stand trial.
Prosecutor Petr Matousek says goalkeeper Petr Drobisz of Olomouc has been charged with making a bribe. He says two former players of the Bohemians Prague club – Miroslav Obermajer and David Zoubek – and its chief executive have been charged with accepting a bribe.
Drobisz is accused of paying Bohemians’ players 300,000 koruna (£10,371) to lose a game at the end of the 2008-09 season. Olomouc, who won the match 3-0 and qualified for European competition, denied any wrongdoing.
The federation punished Bohemians last year after it accused Olomouc of bribery without presenting evidence. Bohemians were later relegated.