SOFIA - Bulgaria's football union BFU slapped record fines worth 112,000 euros (£78,380, $121,800) on former A league sides Marek Dupnitsa and Haskovo for alleged match-fixing, officials said Tuesday. These are the first heavy sanctions for match-fixing in the Balkan country. The BFU said its disciplinary commission had decided to fine Marek Dupnitsa a record 210,000 leva (107,000 euros, $117,000), after "official notifications from UEFA with suspicions for rigged match results". Similar allegations against Haskovo prompted the union to also fine the club 10,000 leva (5,000 euros, $6,000). The two teams had raised eyebrows last season by allowing a number of heavy defeats. They have since been relegated to the amateur B league and will not be immediately obliged to pay the fines.