Tengku Abdullah supports Perak FA's decision to suspend all his officers for two weeks for investigation purposes after bribery allegations
Vice-president of the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM), Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah backs Perak Football Association's (PAFA) decision to suspend all theirs staff.
Tengku Abdullah also hoped that PAFA have enough evidence to bring forward and are not just making any false accusations.
According to Sinar Harian, he said: "The action taken by PAFA was really good and I believe if they did not take that kind of action, the problem will continue.
"We are only going to disappoint the fans.
"I believe that if a thorough investigation is done by PAFA, this thing can be resolved quickly."
Tengku Abdullah was commenting on PAFA’s action to suspend all their officials including the management team as well as head coach Azraai Khor with regards to accusations that there were elements of sabotage and bribery in the Perak set up.
He also mentioned that based on his observation, issues such as bribery and match-fixing will occur frequently when the World Cup is getting closer.
"This is the same with cases that happened in Australia and other neighbouring countries where the authorities caught bookies and runners involved with the offences," he added.