The Football Association of Thailand (FAT) claimed that it would reveal the identities of more people allegedly involved in the football match-fixing, as reported by Thai PBS on Tuesday.
FAT Secretary-General Pisan Chuldilok yesterday announced that the national police department would soon unveil the second batch of suspects in football match-fixing.
However, Pisan declined to tell the number of people involved this time.
Last month, FAT and Thai police had conducted a major investigation involving the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) to uncover a criminal network involved in football match-fixing.
They included four professional football players, one referee, one lineman, one executive of a football club, one club president, and four influential financiers.