PSM Makassar asks the government to set stadium and football regulations

TEMPO.CO, JakartaThe management of PSM Makassar hopes that the reform process of the football regulatory sector being prepared by the government, the PSSI and FIFA can be respected by all parties. Better regulation is the result of the tragedy of Kanjuruhan which killed 131 people after the Liga 1 game between Arema FC against Persebaya Surabaya.

“We hope there is a regulatory standard that can really be followed together after a meeting between PSSI, FIFA and the Indonesian government,” PT PSM Makassar Chairman-Commissioner Munafri Arifuddin said on Monday, October 10, 2022.

Moreover, the PSM hopes that the government can build a real stadium and follow the standards of the world football federation or FIFA so that the incident in Kanjuruhan does not happen again.

“We hope that the government can build a standard stadium. It can accommodate everyone and security (the safety) is good and complies with the regulations in force, ”said the one who is familiarly nicknamed Appi.

Management so far PSM Makassar still awaiting changes to the Liga 1 match schedule and awaiting the results of the Independent Joint Investigation Team or TGIPF’s investigation into the Kanjuruhan tragedy. “Until now we are waiting for the next good news. What do we do? We will definitely keep training,” Munafri said.

Previously, the government and FIFA formed a transformation team for Indonesian football. This is one of the points of a letter from FIFA received by President Joko Widodo or Jokowi. FIFA President Gianni Infantino communicated with President Jokowi regarding the follow-up to the Kanjuruhan tragedy on Monday last week.

In addition, Jokowi said, collaborative steps will be taken between FIFA, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and the Indonesian government to establish safety standards in stadiums across Indonesia.

Next, the three parties will also formulate standard protocols and police-implemented security procedures based on international security standards. The collaboration between Indonesia, AFC and FIFA will also aim at socializing and discussions with football clubs in Indonesia, including supporter representatives to get suggestions and input as well as joint commitments.

Next, the three parties will also highlight the match schedule League 1 take into account the potential risks that exist, as well as provide assistance from experts in their fields.

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