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Pos Malaysia, FAM issues statements

Pos Malaysia Berhad issued a statement (pic) with regards to the Mailsport's backpage story that three senior teams - Premier League clubs MP Muar FC, NS Betaria and Pos Malaysia - are being probed by the authorities as published today.

The statement will appear in tomorrow's Mailsport.

The FA of Malaysia (FAM) also issued a statement regarding Singapore's Straits Times article which read;

"Another surprise revelation by Fifa's security chief Chris Eaton to The Straits Times was that it is not just players and coaches who are on the take in Malaysia. According to the Australian, FAM officials could also be implicated.

Mr Eaton said: 'I can safely say there is an investigation linking football administration officials in Malaysia and globally to match-fixing in South-east Asia."

Below is FAM's statement to the Press;

PERSATUAN BOLASEPAK MALAYSIA

SIARAN MEDIA 16 FEBRUARI 2012

LAPORAN DI AKHBAR STRAITS TIME, SINGAPURA

Persatuan Bolasepak Malaysia kesal atas laporan yang disiarkan dalam akhbar Straits Times Singapura yang membayangkan bahawa pegawai-pegawai Persatuan ini terlibat dalam gejala mengatur perlawanan.

Laporan itu memetik Ketua Keselamatan FIFA, Chris Eaton sebagai sumber yang membuat kenyataan itu.

Sehubungan itu, Persatuan telah menghantar surat kepada Chris Eaton meminta beliau menjelaskan secara terperinci maksud kenyataan tersebut dan memberi bukti jika benar ada asas untuk mengesyakki mana-mana pegawai Persatuan ini. terlibat

Persatuan Bolasepak Malaysia memandang serius gejala rasuah dan pengaturan perlawanan. Persatuan ini telahpun merangka stratergi untuk membenteras gejala yang tidak sihat ini.

Sekian, terima kasih.

HD says: I'm sure there is more to come.

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