Sunday, January 29, 2006

Perak and other officials banned by Malaysia FA

The Football Association of Malaysia has banned Perak FC team manager Dato Jamal Nasir Rasdi for one year on disciplinary grounds, AFCMedia reported. Rasdi, who is also a vice-president of the FAM, has been banned for making statements against the FAM, said the association’s official website. He was facing three charges and after drawing a one-year ban for speaking against the FAM, he was also slapped with two financial penalties and a two-match ban for entering the field and abusing officials.

Another team manager, Adzmi Saad of Perlis, was given a two-match ban for throwing a bottle at fans during the match against MPPJ. The head coach of Melaka Telekom, Irfan Bakti Salim has been banned for a match for violating discipline.

See also: Malaysia FA accused of 'grudge' against Perak FC (28 Jan)

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