The Titans are set to file an official complaint to the police after several unwanted incidents took place at Larkin last nightTerengganu based side, T-Team are apparently looking to make an official police report regarding several incidents that took place at half time of their FA Cup clash against Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) last night.
Both sides played an entertaining half of football, with JDT leading 2-1 but problems started as soon as the half time whistle was blown. According to reports, there was an altercation between Johor's head coach Cesare Ferrando and T-Team's fitness coach Stefano.
But it seemed like just a minor heated verbal exchange at the beginning, though T-Team claim that the problem escalated inside the tunnel. According to the T-Team official Facebook page, Stefano was kicked in the groin, while their foreign player Evaldo Goncalves was found bleeding after being punched in the face by a Johor official.
As a result, T-Team refused to continue the second half and ultimately left the stadium and departed back to Kuala Terengganu. They arrived this morning at 9.00 am, after which head coach Azraai Khor announced on his Facebook account that a police report will be made, while both Stefano and Evaldo will be taken to the clinic for more evaluation.
As far JDT are concerned, they have categorically denied that any form of altercation happened towards T-Team's players. Moreoever, they claimed that it was Stefano that started the fracas after provoking Cesare at the dugout.
The match commisioner proceeded to suspend the game, while there has not been any official statement from the Football Association of Malaysia yet. However, a decision on the game is likely to be taken in the next few days.