- KLFA Deny Claims That Banned Player Was Not Informed
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KLFA Deny Claims That Banned Player Was Not Informed

Last update: 06/01/2014
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 6 (Bernama) -- The Kuala Lumpur Football Association (KLFA) has denied claims by its former player Fadhlullah Yunsifar that he was not informed of his life ban and RM20,000 fine by the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM).

KLFA President Datuk Astaman Abdul Aziz said they (KLFA) had proof to show that the defender who was implicated in an alleged match-fixing case did not receive any notification from the KLFA with regard to his punishment from the FAM.

Fadhlullah was among several Kuala Lumpur players, including Jeremy Danker, Khairul Anuar, Hafizi Roslee and Phoo Kai Lun, who were banned for life by FAM and fined RM20,000 each for their alleged match-fixing and bribery.

"The player can deny but we have enough proof...," said Astaman after introducing the Kuala Lumpur football teams that would feature in the FAM Cup and President's Cup competitions, at the KLFA Academy, here Monday.

Fadhlullah and several other players who were charged are in the process of considering legal action against the KLFA because they were allegedly punished for technical reasons as their guilt was not proved.....


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