‘Unsporting’ KL player suspended

1FA of Malaysia, in an unprecedented move, displayed their no-nonsense side by suspending and fining Kuala Lumpur’s Hafizi Roslee for ‘unsporting behaviour’ in a Premier League match this season

The FA of Malaysia disciplinary committee yesterday slapped Hafizi with a six-month suspension and fined him RM2,000 without appeal under FAM’s disciplinary Code 35.1 for ‘unsporting behaviour’ during KL’s Premier League match against Sime Darby FC on May 17.

Kuala Lumpur FA had lodged a report on Hafizi’s unprofessional act with FAM, who found it valid to pursue the matter.

DB chairman Datuk Taufik Abdul Razak (pic) said the player was found guilty after the committee viewed the video footage several times.

Hafizi had pleaded not guilty to the offence.

Read more here.

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