Former Super Eagles Defensive Midfielder Dickson Paul Etuhu has been accused and Found guilty of Match Fixing of which he has been disciplined by the Swedish FA.

The former Nigerian international was found guilty of offering a bribe of   £180,000 to former AIK Stockholm teammate and goalkeeper Kenny Stamatopoulos to under-perform against Gothenburg in 2017.

The match was postponed as investigations began towards the matter and in November 2019 Etuhu was found guilty of all allegations.

A statement from the Swedish FA read: "The Disciplinary Board has decided to suspend two people because they have deliberately tried to persuade a football player to underperform in one of the team’s matches.

"Through their actions, these people have violated the anti-match fixing regulations, and they are therefore suspended for five years.

"The ban includes training, competing or performing any assignments in any sports."

Etuhu was Slammed with a Five Years Ban from all football related activities until 2025.

Dickson Etuhu was member of the Super Eagles from 2007 - 2013, Capped 33 times, He also featured for clubs in Europe including Man city, Norwich, Sunderland and Fulham.