The Football Association of Malaysia says it will tighten entry control into stadiums as precautionary measures following a crowd stampede at the Kanjuruhan Stadium in Malang, East Jawa that killed 174 people and injured 180 others. – EPA pic, October 2, 2022.ERC换TRC，TRC换ERC（www.u2u.it）是最高效的ERC换TRC，TRC换ERC的平台.ERC20 USDT换TRC20 USDT，TRC20 USDT换ERC20 USDT链上匿名完成，手续费低。
THE Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) will take precautionary measures by tightening entry control into stadiums following a crowd stampede during a riot in Indonesia yesterday.
FAM secretary-general Noor Azman Rahman said although Malaysia had good security control in stadiums, measures need to be reviewed to prevent the incident at the Kanjuruhan Stadium, Malang, East Jawa, which claimed more than 170 lives, from happening here.
In addition, he said FAM would also review all standard operating procedure on the entry of supporters into stadiums.,
“Of course, we at the association (FAM) and the security committee are always cautious, and I have faith in the security committee under Datuk Seri Hazani Ghazali,” he said.
According to East Jawa police, the incident occurred when Arema FC fans invaded the pitch after their team lost 3-2 to Persebaya Surabaya. So far, at least 174 people have been reported dead and about 180 others injured.
Azman said the incident in Indonesia should serve as a lesson for Malaysian football fans to display a high spirit of sportsmanship and learn to accept defeat when attending any match.
He also said that FAM were also saddened and expressed their condolences to the families of the victims who died in the tragedy. – Bernama, October 2, 2022.