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Review on Kochi IPL owners on Oct.7The chairman of a football club caught up in the Pakistan match-fixing scandal, David Le Cluse, who was also a friend of Pakistan Test fixer Mazhar Majeed, has reportedly shot himself amid claims he had lost a fortune following the cricket scandal.
According to The Sun, the pest control firm boss was also chairman of South London soccer minnows Croydon Athletic, where Majeed is believed to be a major figure. Le Cluse lost at least 50,000 pounds tied up in business deals with Majeed because of the controversy.
"He had a lot of cash invested with Mazhar and 100 per cent the reason behind this is the cricket scandal. The talk going round is that Mazhar needs to get out of town. There are a lot of friends of David who aren't happy he's topped himself because of Mazhar," one of his friends said.
Le Cluse committed suicide with a rifle on Saturday after travelling two miles from his home in Carshalton, South-West London. He reportedly shut himself inside the garage and fired a shot into his head.
In a statement Croydon Athletic said it was "shocked and saddened" by his death. The club underwent a crisis situation after Majeed was quizzed over claims that he took cash to get Pakistani cricketers to throw no-balls against England. The claims are still under investigation. (ANI)
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