The CAS statement continued: "The involvement of Mr Zabrcanec was recognized by the CAS Panel and, as a consequence, the responsibility of FK Pobeda was also confirmed."
However, the arbitrators were "not satisfied by the evidence brought forward by Uefa against Mr Zdraveski".
After exploring betting irregularities, Uefa's disciplinary panel ruled in 2009 that the two men had fixed the outcome of the qualifying match in which Pobeda conceded three goals in the first half during the home leg. Pobeda drew the second leg 1-1 in Armenia, losing 4-2 on aggregate.
Uefa said when bringing the charges that Zabrcanec and Zdravevski were suspected of "manipulating the outcome... to gain an undue advantage for themselves and a third party."
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