SEOUL (Reuters) - The former coach of South Korean club Sangmu Phoenix was found dead on Wednesday in an apparent suicide, three months after being charged as part of a probe into a match-fixing scandal that rocked the country's professional soccer league.
Lee Su-chul was arrested in July for blackmailing a player over involvement in the K-League match-fixing scandal. He was later found guilty and received a suspended sentence.
Police said the circumstances of his death were still being investigated but there were no indications of foul play.
Lee's death follows an apparent suicide in May of a player for the military side who was allegedly involved in the scandal.
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