Jeonbuk Hyunda have nine points deducted by K-League over bribes
South Korea's K-League has deducted nine points from leaders Jeonbuk Hyundai after one of the club's employees was convicted of bribing referees in 2013.
The K-League says Jeonbuk were also fined 100 million won ($90,600).
A court in Busan on Wednesday sentenced a Jeonbuk scout to a suspended prison term of two years for paying referees in exchange for favourable decisions in several K-League matches in 2013.
Jeonbuk says the scout has been suspended by the club and they will soon make a decision whether to terminate his employment.
The K-League had vowed reforms after being rocked by a massive match-fixing scandal in 2011 that involved more than 50 players.