Monday, December 08, 2014


JDT To Ban Fans Involved In AFF Cup Violence

It appears that while Vietnam were coming from behind to defeat Malaysia 2-1 at the Shah Alam Stadium, a group of Malaysian fans were targetting Vietnamese fans, leaving them battered and bloodied.

It wasn't that long ago Malaysia was complaining fans travelling to Singapore with tickets for the game with the hosts were not being allowed in the country. Now this. Perhaps Singapore knew something?

Not all Malaysian fans are hooligans, of course they are not. The vast majority of the support put on a wonderful show in the stands and there was heaps of ASEAN friendship, selfie style, before the game.

But the harsh truth is one group of wannabe tough guys, fans of Johor Darul Tazim, attacked visiting supporters. And looking at the pictures, you get the impression they are not going for the lads prepared to go toe to toe.

Lets hope any travelling Malaysians are not targetted in Hanoi in supposed revenge attacks. Where will the tough guys be then?

Credit to Johor Darul Tazim. They have reacted by banning the Inter Johor Firms (?) from all of their games.

There have been growing instances of crowd trouble at Malaysian games. Let us hope this incident forces clubs to start and take it seriously.

JDT Statement

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