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FAM insist that they have yet to receive any complaints from T-Team, or Patrich Wanggai, regarding the players claim that the referee used harsh words against him

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The Disciplinary Committee of the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) are yet to receive any reports from T-Team in regards to Indonesian player Patrich Wanggai.

Reports suggested that Wanggai, T-Team’s import player, was the victim of harsh words from the match official, during the Titans clash against Perak at the Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium last Saturday.

Sinar Harian reported that the Deputy Chairman of the disciplinary committee, Ednan Othman, said that he has not received any complaints and insisted that they will only start the investigation if there is sufficient evidence.

“So far, I cannot give any comments. Plus, we have not received any official complaints from T-Team or the player himself. What I can say is that if the incident did happen, then we will take action,” said Ednan.

According to reports, Wanggai has informed the management of T-Team about the issue so that they can bring it forward to the FAM.

A similar situation happened before between Sarawak and Perak, whereby Sarawak captain Joseph Kalang Tie claimed that match official Sukri Abdul Rahman had used harsh words against him during the game.

The clash between Perak and T-Team ended 1-1, with both teams currently struggling to find a winning formula in order to survive in the Super League.