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Tiket final RM50

TERKINI (Okt 25; 9.34pm): Menteri Belia dan Sukan Ahmad Shabery Cheek meminta FAM menurunkan harga tiket perlawanan akhir Piala Malaysia 2011. Baca laporan penuh disini.

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Persatuan Bolasepak Malaysia telah membuat keputusan untuk meletakkan harga tiket perlawanan akhir Piala Malaysia di Stadium Shah Alam sebanyak RM50.

Ini sudah pasti mengundang kritikan dari peminat setia khususnya dari Terengganu dan Negeri Sembilan.

Mereka yang berkeluarga besar sudah tentu merasa keperitan mengeluarkan duit dari kocek. Bayangkan jika enam sekeluarga hendak menonton. Harga tiket sudah lah RM 300, belum tambah lagi duit minyak dengan duit tol.

Tapi seperti timbalan presiden Hamidin Mohd Amin berkata, hasil jualan tiket akan disalurkan kepada persatuan bolasepak negeri masing-masing. Jadi yang untungnya pasukan kegemaran anda.

Ada juga yang menyatakan jika anda boleh mengeluarkan lebih daripada RM100 untuk melihat pasukan EPL beraksi di KL, apa salahnya RM50 untuk melihat pasukan tempatan.

Dan seperti apa yang Hamidin kata, kalau tak dapat tiket, tengok je kat RTM1 atau Astro Arena.

HD says: Apa kata anda?

Comments

  1. Such a mindless comment. That coming from a person who stays in KL (no need to travel from Negri/Terengganu) and who probably gets his ticket free anyway. Comparing it with EPL tickets? Excuse me, those who will be coming from as far as Terengganu can never dream of watching those teams live in action.

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  2. SAUDARA HD

    DRAMA TIKET BERTERUSAN LAGI NI , KENAPA KUTIPAN TIKET FINAL SEBELUM NI TAK DAPAT KAT FA NEGERI KE.... KALAU ALASAN ULAT TIKET OK LAH.MCM MANA NI.

    PEMINAT SUKAN.PETEH GANU PETEH

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  3. fam leadership must quit. waste of time.

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  4. With 1Malaysia slogan,FAM should follow kedai 1Malaysia...everything is cheap..every year the price is increased.

    FAM ambil kesempatan dgn kembalinya sokongan peminat kpd bolasepak Malaysia. WELLDONE FAM!!!Good job...

    Kemahkemim says: cakap byk pn xguna, kalo orang dah gila kuasa..USELESS...

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  5. Ganu Nelang n N9 fans!!!.

    jom bawak sepanduk bantahan banyak2 n besar ke stadium... Biar FAM tau sikit...makin dibiar makin menjadi..Bila takde sokongan, diorang merayu suruh p sokong, bila dah sokong dia ambil kesempatan pulak..

    Ayuh penyu...ayuh rusa...bawak sepanduk byk2...

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  6. lu bole blah ha HD...lu dpt tiket free, apa ada hal...try living on our shoes....this "ala, 50 je" attitude from a RESPECTED JOURNALIST really annoys me...with everybody complaining, it surprises me to see you of all people supporting the FAM's decision...shame on you man

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  7. really, compare it with the EPL tickets when REAL MALAYSIAN FOOTBALL FANS actually boycott those EPL matches vs malaysia??? just BS HD...BS...

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  8. Anon 6.19pm - When did I say ala RM50? What was written:
    "Ada juga yang menyatakan jika anda boleh mengeluarkan lebih daripada RM100 untuk melihat pasukan EPL beraksi di KL, apa salahnya RM50 untuk melihat pasukan tempatan."

    Thank you for visiting nevertheless.

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  9. Bro, memang perit. Mahal sgt lah

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  10. Sedih bila peminat diperkotak katikkan ..
    Dulu suruh peminat tgk kat stadium..
    Stadium da penuh.. Ko senang hati naik kan harga tiket..

    As you HD said before.. Kalau Selangor masuk final... berani bet kerat apa kau nak kerat kat aku.. takde nye tiket nak naik..

    Dia kata FAM ngan Negeri da setuju.. coach kata keputusan da dibuat awal, meeting hanya utuk umum..

    Dasr pengerusi JKPT FAM yang korup

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  11. Used to be RM50 for Grandstand seat in Merdeka Stadium to watch REAL superstars like Mokhtar Dahari, Santokh Singh, Soh Chin Aun, R Arumugam, Isa Bakar and others.
    Now RM50 will get you to see Malaysia Cup Final featuring mediocre players with other side shows to attract fans...
    Maybe FAM wants all to see the game live on RTM1 or Astro Arena!!

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