Irfan Ghani, who failed to report to the team after returning to his hometown for the past two days, may be suspended from his club T-Team
T-Team reportedly will take serious action towards defender Irfan Ghani who is yet to report to the team after he went back to his hometown last Sunday.
This is after Irfan’s controversial action in which he released a statement to the police and reporters without the permission of the T-Team’s management. According to him, no incident happened during the half-time break at Larkin Stadium and he also stated that the players had no problems in continuing the match, but they had to go home after assistant coach Azlan Johar ordered them to do so.
Abdul Rasid Jusoh, the Chief Executive Officer of T-Team insisted that they are ready to take action, including suspending the player from playing without any salary. He also confirmed that the issue will be brought to the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) in the near future.
Speaking to Sinar Harian, Rasid said “Irfan is guilty for failing to report to the team since he asked for two days break from the coach last Sunday. We will take the right actions based on the contract that he signed for us. We will take actions based on the contract.”
Rasid however stated that they will bring this issue to disciplinary of T-Team committee first before they make any decision on Irfan.
“We have contacted him and informed him regarding this issue but we have not received any news from him ever since he went back to Johor for family reasons,” he added.