31 Oct '17, 11am

Malaysia fined S$40,900 over ‘dog’ chants at SEA Games https://t.co/vN0tB9gaet

MALAYSIA – Malaysia’s football body was fined US$30,000 (S$40,900) on Tuesday (Oct 31) after the national team’s fans chanted “dogs” at supporters from Singapore and Brunei during matches at the South-East Asian (SEA) Games. Malaysian supporters chanted “Brunei dogs should just be killed” during their side’s 2-1 victory over the neighbouring country on August 14 at the Kuala Lumpur-hosted tournament, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) said. Two days later, the fans also chanted that Singaporeans were “dogs” as Malaysia beat the city-state 2-1. The AFC's disciplinary committee fined the Football Association of Malaysia US$15,000 for each of the offences. The AFC also issued a warning to the Hong Kong Football Association after home fans booed the Chinese national anthem during an Asian Cup qualifier against Malaysia this month. “A repeat violation may result in a more s...

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