PSSI will Appeal Related Fines Rp 224 Million from AFC
PSSI will make an appeal regarding the punishment of hundreds of millions of penalties imposed by the Asian Football Confederation or AFC kaisar123.com. PSSI must pay a fine of Rp 224 million due to incidents during SEA Games 2017 in Malaysia.
When the duel of Indonesia U-22 versus Cambodia U-22 in the group stage match on August 24 at the Stadium Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia, there was a commotion. In the latest release, AFC said that Indonesian fans proved to throw into the field. There are as many as 50-60 bottles of beverages thrown.
Allegedly, Indonesian fans were brought emotion because in the game quite a lot of competition between the two teams. In fact, after the match there is official national team U-22 Cambodia assessed the Indonesian national team U-22, Marinus Wanewar, provocate by showing body language that is not appropriate.
“We will evaluate the case,” said PSSI Secretary General Ratu Tisha Destria.
“The plan this week we will evaluate with AFC regarding the decision of the punishment, because PSSI also asked to explain what happened.”
AFC asks PSSI to explain in detail until the specified time is 30 days ahead after the decision was issued. AFC also gives a threat will impose more severe punishment to PSSI if such things happen again.