FAM President Urges Swift Action to Address Malaysian Super League Issues

FAM President Disappointed with Salary Arrears in National Football

Datuk Hamidin Mohd Amin, the president of Football Malaysia (FAM), expressed disappointment regarding the current state of national football, particularly concerning two teams in the Super League. He emphasized the urgency of addressing this issue promptly, despite FAM already removing several clubs, including Perlis and Melaka.

Furthermore, Hamidin stressed that failure to resolve this issue could result in Malaysia facing fines from FIFA. The issue of salary arrears is particularly frowned upon by FIFA, and he labeled it as a serious problem that needs immediate attention. FAM has been proactive in eliminating clubs over the past four years to address such issues.

Hamidin highlighted that failing to pay player salaries is a grave offense in the eyes of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and FIFA. He stated that this matter is more concerning than other offenses that could potentially be discussed. In an interview with Stadium Astro, he urged the Malaysian Football League (MFL) organizers to take necessary actions to tackle this ongoing problem.

The FAM president expressed his belief that the MFL organizers are actively discussing and considering decisive measures to combat this issue. He remains hopeful that the MFL will step up and address the challenges faced by Malaysian football, especially when it comes to unresolved salary payments to players. Hamidin’s stance reflects a strong commitment to upholding the integrity and professionalism of football in Malaysia, underlining the importance of swift and effective action in resolving such critical issues.

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