The drama-filled action of the Klang Valley derby between KL City FC and Selangor FC in the Super League on Friday was marred by a fight that took place outside the stadium after the match.
Through several videos that spread on social media, several supporters were seen fighting with each other while trying to be dispersed by a police officer on duty.
In addition, there were firecrackers thrown at supporters who gathered outside the Kuala Lumpur Stadium after the match, believed to be due to dissatisfaction.
Explaining the incident, a representative of KL City FC supporters who wanted to be known as Manaf said, the incident was triggered by the actions of a group of irresponsible individuals. “By the time we (the supporters’ club) came out of the stadium, fights were already happening.
But the ones who started the fights were not among us but the ‘casual boys’ who often caused problems. “These people often act like ultras and usually wear black clothes. Indeed, this group always does things, including throwing flares and firecrackers.
“They are also alleged rebels and there are things they are not satisfied with. They have urged the COO (Chief Operating Officer) and Tan Sri Annuar Musa (Former President of KL City FC) to resign, they have also expressed dissatisfaction with the team logo. “he told the Majority.
Manaf was disappointed with the group’s actions which were deemed to have damaged the reputation of other KL City FC supporters. “These people have nothing to do with the supporters’ club, but because of a drop of indigo, the milk is spoiled,” he said.
In that match, both teams had to settle for one point after being tied 3-3 after the final whistle was blown.