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Likas Stadium ready for opening match

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GEARED UP … Jackson (seated 3rd left), together with his committee.

17th January, 2019

By FRANCIS XAVIER

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Football Association (Safa)’s preparations in terms of ticket sales and security to watch the Sabah Rhinos home tie at their home den – the Likas Stadium – are going on smoothly.

Its Ticket and Security Committee Chairman Jackson Taguah said they have streamlined tickets and security matters in order to make it easier for the paying fans when they come and watch the stateside in action.

“Our preparations have been going on smoothly. There is not much change from previous seasons. There are just a few aspects that we need to streamline,” said Jackson, after chairing the committee meeting at the Safa office in Maksak Hall, Likas yesterday.

“Ticket sales are one aspect that we are really looking into to ensure no leakage. At the same time, we also want to make sure that the entry point and exit door is convenient for the fans,” he added.

Jackson also hopes that the fans will give their fullest cooperation so that everyone is comfortable and enjoy the game.

Meanwhile, he said that the price of the tickets will be announced next week.

In previous years, fans had to fork out RM20 for grandstand tickets and RM10 for the open terrace.

Safa Executive Secretary cum Deputy Chairman of the Ticket and Security Committee, David Wisom, PTR security officer Mustapha Tuah and operation head Majid Madarin were also present at the meeting.

The rest that attended the meeting were representatives from the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM), Fire and Rescue Department, RELA, Health Department, Civil Defence Force (APM) and Likas Stadium Manager Wilfred B Young.

   
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