The AIFF 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 finals of the Indian Super League(ISL).

Match Commissioner AK Mamukoya, in his report, has asked the AIFF to take necessary action against FC Goa to save Indian Football from being taken hostage by few FC Goa people.

“In my opinion, the behaviour of FC Goa after the final whistle was unreasonable, undisciplined, bullish and frightening to say the least. It was surely unsporting behaviour of highest order. FC Goa should have accepted the defeat with dignity and shown respect for laws of the game.

“On the contrary, the behaviour of Chennaiyin FC was much dignified and respectful to their opponent as seen from their limited and controlled celebration after win. It was also shocking to know filing of an FIR and getting a player arrested for an alleged assault on a team owner of FC Goa is unprecedented and has done tremendous harm to the game, which could have serious impact on player participation in future,” wrote Mamukoya.PTI