Police report filed against Singapore floorball chief for alleged fund misappropriation

Sport Singapore has filed a police report against Singapore Floorball Association president Sani Mohamed Salim.
Sport Singapore has filed a police report against Singapore Floorball Association president Sani Mohamed Salim.PHOTO: BERITA HARIAN

SINGAPORE - Sport Singapore has filed a police report against Singapore Floorball Association (SFA) president Sani Mohamed Salim for alleged misappropriation of funds belonging to the sport's governing body.

In a statement released on Saturday morning, a SportSG spokesman said the matter is now being investigated by the Police.

Sani has been one of the key floorball figures in Singapore, and was also elected the first Asian Oceania Floorball Federation when it was formed in 2005. He is also an employee of SportSG and has since been suspended.

Floorball is a type of indoor hockey that Singapore has excelled in on the Asian stage. It took off in Singapore about 20 years ago and made its SEA Games debut last year. The Republic took both the men's and women's golds.