Skip to comments.Indonesia anger over lasers in Malaysia football match
Posted on 12/27/2010 9:51:34 AM PST by Nachum
Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was speaking after fans and players complained about the Suzuki Cup final match. [snip] Trouble began in Sunday's match in the second half when the Indonesian team claimed that Malaysian supporters had shone lasers directly into players' faces, including the captain, at several corner kicks, and the goalkeeper. The game was halted for eight minutes as Indonesia's players left the pitch. [snip] The Jakarta Post said that lasers reportedly also troubled the Vietnamese national team during a semi-final match against Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur.
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Isn't there a rule that team supporters that interfere with the game can be ejected and/or forced their team to forfeit?
You have to prosecute/punish the offenders, and not whatever team they claim to be rooting for. Else, we’ll soon have tons of these idiots wearing the other team’s jerseys, trying to get them disqualified.
I thought about that, but then the REAL team supporters would beat the crap out of them
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