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PETALING JAYA, 27 Mac (Bernama) -- Persatuan Bola Sepak Malaysia (FAM)

dijangka mengeluarkan surat pertuduhan ke atas ketua jurulatih skuad kebangsaan,

Datuk K.Rajagobal yang didakwa melanggar Artikel 88 Statut FAM, minggu depan.

Berdasarkan Artikel 88, hanya Presiden dan Setiausaha Agung dibenarkan

membuat kenyataan media mengenai FAM.

Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Tata Tertib FAM, Datuk Taufik Abdul Razak berkata

pihaknya mempunyai bukti kukuh untuk mengeluarkan surat pertuduhan kepada

jurulatih berusia 56 tahun itu kerana didakwa mengkritik polisi badan induk

bola sepak negara itu.

"Kita mempunyai merit untuk menghantar surat pertuduhan kepada beliau

(Rajagobal) kerana melanggar Artikel 88 selain turut meneliti laporan beberapa

akhbar tempatan mengenai kenyataan beliau," katanya ketika ditemui pemberita

selepas mempengerusikan mesyuarat jawatankuasa itu hampir empat jam di Wisma

FAM, Kelana Jaya, hari ini.

Taufik berkata prosedur sama akan turut digunakan dalam kes Rajagobal

bagi memastikan keadilan kepada semua pihak.



"Surat pertuduhan akan dihantar kepada Rajagobal dan beliau perlu

menjawabnya dalam tempoh yang akan ditetapkan Jawatankuasa Tata Tertib.

"Beliau perlu menjawab surat berkenaan bersama Borang A (pengakuan bersalah)

dan Borang B (pengakuan tidak bersalah)," katanya.

Rajagobal sebelum ini dilaporkan berkata kekalahan 1-4 skuad Harimau Malaya

di tangan Arab Saudi pada perlawanan persahabatan di Stadium Shah Alam, 17 Mac

lepas disebabkan kekurangan sifat-sifat penyerang semula jadi dalam pasukan


Beliau dikatakan turut mengaitkan kekalahan skuad bimbingannya itu dengan

lambakan pemain import dalam kancah saingan Liga Malaysia musim ini.



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