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"A black day"... The first comment from FIFA President Gianni Infantino on the Indonesian league incident

"A black day"... The first comment from FIFA President Gianni Infantino on the Indonesian league incident

FIFA President Gianni Infantino commented for the first time on the recent riots in the Indonesian league.

"A black day"... The first comment from FIFA President Gianni Infantino on the Indonesian league incident FIFA President Gianni Infantino commented for the first time on the recent riots in the Indonesian league.  Riots erupted after the match that Persibaya Surabaya won 3-2 against Arima, in the 11th round of the Indonesian league.  These events have resulted in the return of about 174 people so far, according to Emil Dardak, Deputy Governor of East Java Province in Indonesia.  Hours after the incident, Gianni Infantino described the events that took place in the Indonesian league as a black day for all parties.  "The world of football is in shock after the tragic events that occurred in Indonesia after the end of the match between Arima and Persibaya Surabaya at Kanjuruhan Stadium," Infantino expressed his sadness in a statement published on the official website of FIFA.  "This is a dark day for all those involved in football, and an unfathomable tragedy," he added.  And he added, "I offer my deepest condolences to the families and friends of the victims who lost their lives in the wake of this tragic accident."  He concluded: "All the thoughts of FIFA and the global football community are with the victims and injured, along with the people of Indonesia, the Asian Football Confederation, the Indonesian Football Association and the Indonesian League."  It is reported that FIFA contacted the Indonesian Federation hours after the match, in order to request a comprehensive report on the cause of these events.


Riots erupted after the match that Persibaya Surabaya won 3-2 against Arima, in the 11th round of the Indonesian league.


These events have resulted in the return of about 174 people so far, according to Emil Dardak, Deputy Governor of East Java Province in Indonesia.


Hours after the incident, Gianni Infantino described the events that took place in the Indonesian league as a black day for all parties.


"The world of football is in shock after the tragic events that occurred in Indonesia after the end of the match between Arima and Persibaya Surabaya at Kanjuruhan Stadium," Infantino expressed his sadness in a statement published on the official website of FIFA.


"This is a dark day for all those involved in football, and an unfathomable tragedy," he added.


And he added, "I offer my deepest condolences to the families and friends of the victims who lost their lives in the wake of this tragic accident."


He concluded: "All the thoughts of FIFA and the global football community are with the victims and injured, along with the people of Indonesia, the Asian Football Confederation, the Indonesian Football Association and the Indonesian League."


It is reported that FIFA contacted the Indonesian Federation hours after the match, in order to request a comprehensive report on the cause of these events.

"A black day"... The first comment from FIFA President Gianni Infantino on the Indonesian league incident FIFA President Gianni Infantino commented for the first time on the recent riots in the Indonesian league.  Riots erupted after the match that Persibaya Surabaya won 3-2 against Arima, in the 11th round of the Indonesian league.  These events have resulted in the return of about 174 people so far, according to Emil Dardak, Deputy Governor of East Java Province in Indonesia.  Hours after the incident, Gianni Infantino described the events that took place in the Indonesian league as a black day for all parties.  "The world of football is in shock after the tragic events that occurred in Indonesia after the end of the match between Arima and Persibaya Surabaya at Kanjuruhan Stadium," Infantino expressed his sadness in a statement published on the official website of FIFA.  "This is a dark day for all those involved in football, and an unfathomable tragedy," he added.  And he added, "I offer my deepest condolences to the families and friends of the victims who lost their lives in the wake of this tragic accident."  He concluded: "All the thoughts of FIFA and the global football community are with the victims and injured, along with the people of Indonesia, the Asian Football Confederation, the Indonesian Football Association and the Indonesian League."  It is reported that FIFA contacted the Indonesian Federation hours after the match, in order to request a comprehensive report on the cause of these events.


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