Tan Sri Annuar Musa hits out at Crown Prince of Johor over Mat Yo comments

The Kelantan FA supremo has criticized Tunku Ismail's involvement in the contractual dispute between KAFA and Norshahrul Idlan Talaha
Tan Sri Annuar Musa has publicly criticised the Johor FA president Tunku Ismail for his involvement in the contractual dispute between KAFA and Norshahrul Idlan Talaha. The Kelantan FA supremo recently claimed that Norshahrul has not settled the the amount he agreed to buy out his contract with the treble winners.

Tunku Ismail responded harshly by requesting TSAM to stop being dramatic and called him to behave professionally. However, Tan Sri Annuar Musa slammed him back publicly through his official Facebook page, claiming that he should not even be involved in this contractual dispute to begin with.

"In the Mat Yo situation, the Johor FA and Tunku Ismail are the ones that should be more professional because this is an issue between Mat Yo and his former employers. It involves a contract signed both only these two parties.

"Buying out the contract has got nothing to do with a third party and the fact that the Johor FA has spoke about this means that he is actually breaching the ethical code.

Tunku Ismail also claimed that the Johor FA will complete the payment of RM250,000 which was set by FAM themselves. However, TSAM rubbished the claim, citing that the exact amount needed to be paid by Norshahrul has not been finalised yet.

"And the fact that he claimed they will pay us off with Rm250,000 is not true. FAM have not made a decision yet. In fact they told both parties to file an affidavit to be examined by their comittee.

"As far as we know, they are not done with it yet and we are still waiting. There is no need for the Johor FA to use FAM's name. The 250,000 limit that he pointed towards is the payment limit should both parties fail to come to a conclusion.

"Therefore I think its appropriate for the Johor FA president, who is far younger than me, to act more professionally. He has to check his facts before behaving like a pot calling the kettle black."