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Thursday October 31, 2013 MYT 5:05:00 PM
Thursday October 31, 2013 MYT 5:07:00 PM
by nicholas cheng
PETALING JAYA: Police are deploying 2,000 officers to oversee the football final of the 2013 Malaysia Cup between Kelantan and Pahang at Stadium Shah Alam this Sunday.
Selangor deputy police chief DCP Datuk Abdul Rahim Jaafar the officers would also be assisted by 500 Fire and Rescue, Rela and Shah Alam City Hall (MBSA) personnel.
"We will ensure the safety of the spectators and call on supporters from both teams to abide by the rules that have been set and not bring in any banned items into the stadium.
"Police officers will arrest any who flout these laws and will monitor any illegal sales of tickets on match day," he told reporters during a press conference Thursday,
He added that supporters of both teams would be seated on separate sides of the stadium, with Kelantan on the left (through Door A and D) and Pahang on the right (through Door B and C).
"The same applies for parking, Kelantan supporters are designated spaces next to the Giant hypermarket while Pahang are designated at Tapak Bazarena Stadium Malawati," he said, adding that doors open at 3pm, but advised match-goers to come earlier to avoid congestion.
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