27 Mar '11, 9pm

FIFA sanctions loom large

SINGAPORE - Lions coach Radojko Avramovic has hinted that some among the eight Singaporeans who play their football in Indonesia may not be considered for selection when he next picks his squad. But a possible FIFA ban on Indonesia may force his hand, following a weekend row between factions in the Indonesian Football Association (PSSI). A meeting to organise the PSSI leadership elections in Pekanbaru, Riau, descended into chaos and was cancelled, after a group of aggrieved delegates hijacked the assembly, inching Indonesia ever closer to the same abyss of FIFA sanctions that has seen Football Association of Brunei Darussalam sit out all international football activity since September 2009. The congress was convened after FIFA demanded that PSSI elections to appoint a new chairman be held before April 30. But the PSSI called off Saturday's gathering after opponents of chai...

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