KAFA laud MFL’s move to implement economy control plan

  • Football
  • Friday, 06 Sep 2019

PETALING JAYA: The Kelantan Football Association (KAFA) have welcomed the Malaysia Football League (MFL)’s plan to implement the Economic Control Programme (ECP).

The Spanish League (La Liga) have implemented ECP successfully and were able to eradicate their financial debts amounting to £90mil (RM423mil) to zero within five years from 2012 to 2017.

MFL and ECP consultants PricewaterhouseCoopers Risk Services Sdn Bhd (PwC Malaysia) visited and briefed KAFA

last week and received positive feedback.

Kelantan are one of the M-League teams plagued by poor budget management and unpaid salary cases but the team’s new management are aiming to improve their situation.

KAFA secretary general Husin Deraman believes they will be

more careful with their expenditures after the implementation of ECP.

“We are pleased with the measures introduced by MFL. The ECP will be a good guide for the teams as they will not spend beyond their budget,” said Husin.

“For a team to spend more money, they would need to generate more income and this will encourage the team management to work harder to bring in more sponsors and revenue.”

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