Beşiktaş coach Tayfur Havutçu, executive Serdal Adali and the other six were released from custody pending trial. Twenty-three suspects remain in custody.
Shares in Beşiktaş surged 10.7 percent on the news, while Fenerbahçe rose 5.6 percent. Shares in Galatasaray, who are not named in the match-fixing indictment, jumped 8.4 percent.
The Turkish parliament passed a law at the weekend reducing prison sentences for match-rigging from a maximum 12 years to three years, defying a call from President Abdullah Gül for MPs to revise a law which he vetoed earlier this month.
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