Online toxicity exacerbates bullying in football that may turn fatal


FOOTBALL in Malaysia is in danger of falling into the hands of a group of bullies from diverse backgrounds.

If the authorities rest on their laurels and do not learn from the heinous acid attack on Malaysian winger Faisal Halim last weekend, the sport Pele described as the beautiful game will be taken away from the average Joe, the Ahmad, Ah Chong and Muthus.

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