29 May 2013

Johor Football Association’s (JFA) president, Tunku Ismail Idris (TMJ) has suggested that the FA Cup second-leg of semi-final clash between Pahang and Johor Darul Takzim (JDT), to be played at the National Stadium Bukit Jalil this Saturday, should be played without the presence of a crowd.
TMJ insisted that it is necessary to ensure both Pahang and JDT’s fans' safety after the chaotic incidents that happened at Darulmakmur Stadium on Tuesday evening.
According toBernama, TMJ said: "For the safety of the fans, let’s not have any crowd because we want to avoid any unnecessary incidents.
"The safety of the fans is more important."
TMJ also said that he will write an official later to the Football Association of Malaysia regarding his suggestion.
According to him, the incidents that took place must be solved quickly because he does not want it to ruin the image of the nation’s football.
He also added that JFA will install metal detectors at the stadium soon to ensure that no weapons can be brought inside.


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