May 20 (Reuters) - The Indonesia Football Association (PSSI) have been fined $15,000 for repeated crowd infringements at international matches, the Asian Football Confederation announced on Monday. The PSSI were fined $10,000 after fans ignited firecrackers and threw water bottles during Indonesia's March 23 Asian Cup home qualifier against Saudi Arabia, with the additional $5,000 a result of similar incidents during four matches last year. Indonesia will also have to play a match behind closed doors if the problem reoccurs in the next two years, the AFC said. ...
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