Tuesday, February 12, 2013


Semen Padang Warn Fans

With the AFC Cup on the horizon the officials of Indonesia Premier League champions Semen Padang have warned their fans not to throw bottles on the pitch. Each bottle, the club advises, costs $5,000 in fines and apparently the AFC are very strict in enforcing the rules.

A typical reaction here when something doesn't go their way is for fans to throw stuff on the field and this is usually plastic water bottles or sometimes rocks or stones.

The question that leaps out off the page here is why are AFC sticlkers for rules but not the Indonesian clubs themselves?

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It happens at your national team matches too. Prevention tip: do body and bags check just like at Bukit Jalil Stadium...
my national team matches Wahid?

They did checks during asian cup 2007, didn't stop fans from a certain country/ethnic group being drenched in piss from on high!
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