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Tak tahu atau buat tak tahu?

Menurut Peraturan 6.2.4 Peraturan Pertandingan Liga Malaysia, harga minimum tiket bagi semua perlawanan Liga Malaysia adalah RM5.00 dan PTR boleh, atas budi bicara sendiri, mengenakan bayaran yang lebih tinggi, jika difikirkan wajar.

Peraturan 6.2.4 adalah seperti berikut:

BAYARAN MINIMUM BAGI SEMUA PERLAWANAN LIGA -M HENDAKLAH RM5.00 (RINGGIT MALAYSIA: LIMA SAHAJA) KECUALI PASUKAN KELAB YANG MENYERTAI LIGA FAM DAN PASUKAN PIALA PRESIDEN BOLEH MENGENAKAN BAYARAN BERLAINAN. PTR BOLEH, ATAS BUDI BICARA MEREKA, MENGENAKAN KADAR BAYARAN YANG LEBIH TINGGI DARIPADA KADAR MINIMUM JIKA DIFIKIRKAN WAJAR.

Itu merupakan isi kandungan emel yang dihantar oleh Persatuan Bola Sepak Malaysia (FAM) sebentar tadi.

Emel tersebut dihantar berikutan kenyataan Presiden Persatuan Bola Sepak Perlis Sahidan Kassim (Berita Harian hari ini) mensyorkan FAM menurunkan harga tiket perlawanan Liga Malaysia.

Yang peliknya, Shahidan pernah bercita-cita nak jadi timbalan presiden FAM. Sama ada dia tidak tahu tentang peraturan FAM atau buat tak tahu.

Bercakap mengenai FAM, SS Dhaliwal membuat komen tentang RTM yang dikenakan bayaran RM6 juta untuk menyiarkan perlawanan-perlawanan Liga M. Berikut adalah serba sedikit daripada hasil nukilan SSDhaliwal;

But I do have a suggestion to the Sports Minister though. Why did you not utilise the part of the RM14 million that was given to a private TV station, which closed their operations in Malaysia last December, and give it to RTM to help the public realise their dreams of watching their football stars in action?

Or is it in fixed deposit, collecting interest, as is the RM10 million that the Prime Minister announced in January 2010 after we won the Sea Games gold medal in 2009?

HD says: Kepada semua anak Perlis, meh nyanyi lagu Canggung....Ala canggung masihlah masih canggung, canggung canggung la la li la le.

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  1. depa x reti baca kowt..2lah celaru tu

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  2. HARESH

    KAT M'SIA NI,KALAU NAK DAPAT "COLLECTION GATE" BYAK, TEAM TU MESTI KUAT TENGOK PASUKAN KEDAH,KELANTAN TU YANG DIKATAKAN KEJAYAAN SECARA SEGERA PENTING JUGAK NAK MENAMPUNG KANTUNG PERSATUAN TAK KAN NAK HARAPKAN PENAJA JE, KALAU TIKET MAHAL PUN PASTI PEMINAT BELI PUNYA....

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