Kelong Kings
FEBRUARY 18, 2015

WILSON RAJ PERUMAL ON AL JAZEERA ENGLISH!!!

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Killing the Ball
The man that fixed football


Invisible Dog is pleased to announce Al Jazeera's programme "People & Power" has today released its latest film, "Killing the Ball", a journey into the match-fixing underworld of Wilson Raj Perumal and his acolytes.

Killing the Ball takes the viewer into the world of the Kelong King and shows how he managed to rig the qualification of national teams to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, FIFA's showcase competition.

The investigation, produced and directed by Alessandro Righi and Emanuele Piano, will shed light on the illicit dealings between Singapore's match-fixing syndicates and a number of FIFA-affiliated Football Associations.

Mundus vult decipi, ergo decipiatur.

(click here to watch the doc)

(click here to see the supporting documents of our investigation)

Salutations,

Invisible Dog
www.invisible-dog.com


FEBRUARY 17, 2015

RIGHTS TO KELONG KINGS OPTIONED!!!


The film rights to the book Kelong Kings were just optioned by the makers of 300, Immortals, 300: Rise of an Empire, etc.  (click here to read the Invisible Dog press release)



NOVEMBER 2014


The Hungarian version of Kelong Kings, 'A Bundakirály', is out with TWISTERMEDIA!!!


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KELONG KINGS

"I am not a FIFA match agent, I'm just a go-between, I go behind people's backs".

- Wilson Raj Perumal

Wilson Raj Perumal has been labelled the world's most prolific match-fixer in football's recent history. Born a village boy in rural Singapore in the mid-60's, Wilson gradually climbed the heights of international match-fixing all the way to the World Cup, becoming FIFA's most wanted man.

Wilson was arrested in Finland in February 2011 and decided to collaborate with police authorities, thus unveiling the true extent of his criminal organization's global outreach. Now he has decided to share his story. Kelong Kings is the ultimate tale about gambling, soccer and match-fixing, told directly by the man who made it all happen.

But be advised, after you read this book, you will never be able to watch a football match in the same way again.

- the authors


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