The Malta Football Association issued a statement in which it stated that the
Integrity Officer and Prosecutor of the Malta Football Association are looking into a comment on Facebook by Hibernians FC striker Taylon Nicolas Correa Marcolino on Monday.
The association added that the Police have also been informed about the matter.
In his comment, Taylon alleged that an individual sent someone to his house to offer him money in order not to play the Championship Decider against Valletta on Saturday.
Statement by the Malta Football Association
Reference is made to the message allegedly posted on social media by Hibernians FC player Taylon Nicolas Marcolino today – Monday, May 6, 2019.
The matter is being looked into by the Integrity Officer and Prosecutor of the Malta Football Association.
The police have also been informed.
Stqarrija ufficjali mahruga mill-Klabb ta’ Hibernians FC illum it-Tnejn 6 ta’ Mejju, 2019
B’riferenza ghal dak li deher fuq il-media socjali, Hibernians FC jiddikjaraw li huma totalment estranei ghal kaz, saru jafu propju issa stess u jitolbu lil MFA u Awtoritajiet jinvestigaw.