Stephen Lee: Mark King 'hasn't got any sympathy' for match-fixer

Snooker player Mark King says he "hasn't got any sympathy" for Stephen Lee, who has been banned for 12 years for match-fixing.

Former world number five Lee was found guilty of seven match-fixing charges, and has also been told to pay £40,000 costs.

King believes Lee has brought "shame" on snooker, and hopes other players are deterred from fixing matches.

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