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Corruption Case: FAM Postpones Decision On Seven KL Players

Last update: 07/01/2014
PETALING JAYA, Jan 7 (Bernama) -- The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) has decided to postpone its decision on seven Kuala Lumpur players suspected of being involved in corruption and match-fixing.

FAM Disciplinary Committee chairman Datuk Taufik Abdul Razak said on the other hand, the committee would call on the remaining 10 players and officers, including former Kuala Lumpur team manager Datuk George Frederick, to complete investigations into the scandal which hit the city squad.

"I will only speak about the decision after all of them have completed testifying before the committee...and apart from that, I have no further comment.

"The committee is of the view that it is not appropriate for me to announce the decision now, as I need to handle other disciplinary cases," he told reporters here Tuesday.

Two other Kuala Lumpur players, Mohamad Amirul Asraf Mohd Noor and S. Sivaraj gave their statements before the committee at its proceeding which lasted four hours in Wisma FAM today.....


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