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POLICE CALLED AFTER FIGHT DURING S’PORE PREMIER LEAGUE MATCH, NOH ALAM SHAH RAGING

An altercation took place on 20 October during the Singapore Premier League match between Tampines Rovers and Tanjong Pagar United.

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Tanjong Pagar head coach Hasrin Jailani, and team manager Noh Alam Shah, were seen shouting and angrily gesturing towards someone in the stands.

They had to be held back by officials, and even after the match ended, the altercation continued with Noh Alam Shah getting increasingly enraged.

The Straits Times reported that the police were called to the scene at Our Tampines Hub, but the situation had simmered down by then.

The incident happened during the SPL finals on Thursday, with Noh and Jailaini being seen reacting angrily to someone in the stands.

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Noh was seen charging angrily towards the stands and throwing an unidentified object into the stands, as the scuffle escalated.

ST reported that the duo were angry at Yasir Hanai, the captain of Tampines Rovers, who was in the stands after being substituted off in the 87th minute.

Hanai had apparently walked over to the Tanjong Pagar officials to say something after his teammate got tackled, but the report stops short of mentioning what was said.

Football Association of Singapore’s statement

SINGAPORE, 21 OCTOBER 2022 – Following the submissions today of the relevant reports and video footage of the incidents that occurred in the technical areas during the Singapore Premier League match between Tampines Rovers FC and Tanjong Pagar United FC on 20 October 2022, the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is currently reviewing these materials before deciding on the next course of action, including referral to the FAS Disciplinary Committee, if necessary.

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