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Singapore to punish 9 players who violated discipline at the 30th SEA Games

Singapore to punish 9 players who violated discipline at the 30th SEA Games

Singapore Football Federation (FAS) has announced the disciplinary action for 9 U22 players who had fled the camp during the SEA Games 30th competition.

Singapore U22 has just experienced the disastrous SEA Games 30th when this team only won 4 points and stopped in the group stage.

When the disappointment from the performance in the Philippines was not over, the nation was shocked by the news that many players had violated discipline.

The Singapore Football Federation (FAS) confirmed that nine U22 players had escaped camp during the competition in SEA Games 30th.

In the immediate future, FAS has only publicly revealed 3 faces, and 6 other players are currently unknown.

Specifically, the three players who violated the most serious were midfielders Shah Shahiran, Hami Syahin, Saifullah Akbar.

"Shah Shahiran, Hami Syahin and Saifullah Akbar will be punished with six other players", FAS representative said.

"The Singapore Football Federation wants to emphasize that such actions from national players are unacceptable. All violating players will be disciplined. The actions of these people seriously violate the morals of the national athletes, something that everyone must follow strictly. Therefore, FAS decided to strictly handle it".

In the immediate future, coach Fandi Ahmad does not comment on issues arising during the time Singapore U22 plays in the Philippines.