Panaji: AIFF's Disciplinary Committee, which meets next week, will decide what action to be taken against FC Goa's "unreasonable, undisciplined and bullish" behaviour after their 2-3 loss to Chennaiyin FC in the final of the Indian Super League (ISL).
Chennaiyin FC's Elano Blumer
Match Commissioner AK Mamukoya, in his report, asked AIFF to take necessary action against FC Goa to save Indian football from being taken hostage.
He mentioned that the three Japanese referees were threatened with physical assault by FC Goa staff and players from the bench. "After the final whistle, many substitute players and officials led by Rajesh Malgi, Equipment Manager of FC Goa, rushed to the referee, surrounded him and scared him with physical gestures," he wrote in his report.
Mamukoya slammed Goa for ganging up against Chennaiyin FC captain Elano Blumer. He also condemned the behaviour of Salgaocar and AIFF vice-president, Shrinivas Dempo.