NEW: Yazan Al-Arab “BANNED” from any football activities in Malaysia

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Former Selangor FC player Yazan Al-Arab has been “banned” from any football activities in Malaysia after kicking a referee during a Malaysian Cup quarter-final on September 24. The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) disciplinary committee found him guilty of violating their code of conduct.

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Yazan Al-Arab Got Banned

Yazan received a four-match suspension for the first charge and a lifetime ban for the second, where he aggressively kicked the referee in the back after receiving a red card. The FAM also fined and suspended Selangor FC’s Head Marshall, Jayabalan Muniandy, for two years for disruptive behavior during the match. Appeals are permitted.

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