Life bans for match fixers - Trump

World number three Judd Trump believes any snooker player found guilty of match-fixing "should be chucked out of the game", as fellow player Stephen Lee awaits his punishment for match-fixing.

Lee was found guilty of fixing seven games in 2008 and 2009, including a World Championship match. His penalty will be announced on 24 September, with snooker's governing body expected to push for a life ban.

Trump admits match-fixing in snooker "does surprise me", but feels it is "ruining the game".

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