A Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) player has been found guilty after stealing money from his teammate, and as a result has been sacked by the PBNJ immediately
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A Johor Darul Ta’zim player has been fired by the Johor Football Association (PBNJ) following police reports that claim the player had stolen money from one of his teammates during a training session earlier this month.
The issue was confirmed by the President of PBNJ, Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim, as he stated that the player admitted that the he was guilty.
According to Astro Arena, Tunku Ismail said “We have decided to take him out from the team and I wish him the best.”
Tunku Ismail also added that even though PBNJ has decided to fire him, the case is still for the police to investigate and solve.
Based on the police reports, the 26 year old defender claimed his money was stolen on 1.37 PM. He claimed that the bag, which had RM500 inside, was in the changing room, and he found out that the money was gone right after the training session.
He reported it to the team’s caretaker and after they looked at the CCTV, they identified the player responsible.
Following this they reported the matter to the police who will investigate under Penal code section 380.