Striker with shocking revelations from Indonesia: There were seven-eight dead in the dressing room – World Football

Arema striker Abel Kamara has spoken out after the horror he experienced in East Java’s derby with Persebeya that shocked the Indonesian and global football community. Hundreds lost their lives after the field was invaded.

“What happened was a tragedy. All the players and our families were in a panic. It was a game of life and death and not just for three points given the rivalry in recent years.

When the match was over, we went to apologize to our fans for the loss (br 2:3). Meanwhile, some fans started to invade the field and the police sent us to the dressing room. We started hearing gunshots and lots of screaming.

The supporters started running in panic and entered through the other door. There were seven or eight dead in our dressing room. We had no internet and our families were worried about the news.

We stayed inside for over four hours. When things calmed down, we saw a lot of pools of blood, as well as abandoned clothes and shoes,” Kamara revealed.

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