Madura United Claims Loss Rp 2.15 Billion due to Komdis Sanction
Madura United have to undergo four matches remaining in League 1 with an outbreak status and no spectators Sbobet58.org. Sanctions were dropped Komdis PSSI after a violation committed by team officials to the referee on the game counter Borneo FC.
As a result, in addition to loss because it is not supported by thousands of fans at home, management is also losing money from the financial side. For home games, management must spend more for travel and accommodation costs at the stadium.
As a result of the sanction of the outlaw, Madura United’s management claimed a loss of Rp 2.15 billion. Covers the claims of the Madura United sponsors who in the contract clause got the logo promotion right on the match tickets. Besides, of course, ticket income. Panpel was forced to return a single pass.
“It’s an outbreak game, no more spectators, the club must choose an appeal,” said Haruna Soemitro, manager of Madura United, as quoted from the club’s official website.
Club President, Achsanul Qosasi, hopes Komdis PSSI not carelessly in imposing sanctions. “PSSI must have soccer sanction guidelines so that punishment is not based on feelings and roughly, educate not kill, just without revenge,” said Achsanul.
Sanctions four fighting game feared will affect the performance of teams who are struggling for the title. Four remaining Madura United matches are versus Bhayangkara FC and Barito Putera, while two away games are versus PSM Makassar and Persiba Balikpapan.