KUANTAN, May 27 (Bernama) -- The Pahang football team has been reminded to consider the debacle between Perak and Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) at the Perak Stadium and the punishment meted out to Perak as a lesson when hosting JDT at the Darul Makmur Stadium for the second leg of the FA Cup semifinal on Friday.
Pahang Football Association's chairman for coordinating matches, Raja Mustafa Shah Raja Jalil Shah said a similar fate might befall Pahang if fans create trouble which might end up in violence.
"We come to stadiums to watch football and not to fight, therefore supporters must learn to control their emotion," he told reporters after chairing a FA Cup organising committee meeting, here today.
Raja Mustafa said any trouble inside or outside the stadium would be a loss to everyone, including fans and supporters.
The FA of Malaysia's (FAM) Disciplinary Committee had fined the FA of Perak (PAFA) RM140,000 and ordered Perak to play four home matches from June 14, in an empty stadium due to crowd trouble during two of their Super League matches in Ipoh last month.....