Stadium tragedy exposes Indonesia’s troubled soccer history


              A man holds a poster during a candle light vigil for the victims of a deadly crush, outside the Youth and Sports Ministry in Jakarta, Indonesia, Sunday, Oct. 2, 2022. Panic and a chaotic run for exits after police fired tear gas at an Indonesian soccer match in East Java to drive away fans upset with their team's loss left a large number of people dead, most of whom were trampled upon or suffocated. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)
            
              Soccer fans chant slogans during a candle light vigil for Arema FC Supporters who became victims of Saturday's soccer match stampede, outside the Youth and Sports Ministry in Jakarta, Indonesia, Sunday, Oct. 2, 2022. Panic and a chaotic run for exits after police fired tear gas at a soccer match between Arema FC and Persebaya in East Java to drive away fans upset with their team's loss left a large number of people dead, most of whom were trampled upon or suffocated. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)
            
              Municipal workers use a crane to remove vehicles burned during Saturday's deadly crush from a street in Malang, East Java, Indonesia, Sunday, Oct. 2, 2022. Police firing tear gas after an Indonesian soccer match in an attempt to stop violence triggered a disastrous crush of fans making a panicked, chaotic run for the exits, leaving a large number of people dead, most of them trampled upon or suffocated. (AP Photo/Trisnadi)
            
              Soccer fans chant slogans during vigil for the victims of Saturday's deadly crush, in Malang, East Java, Indonesia, Sunday, Oct. 2, 2022. Panic at an Indonesian soccer match Saturday left over 100 people dead, most of whom were trampled to death after police fired tear gas to prevent violence. (AP Photo/Dicky Bisinglasi)
            
              Players and officials of the soccer club Arema FC pray outside the Kanjuruhan Stadium where many fans lost their lives in a stampede Saturday night in Malang, Indonesia, Monday, Oct. 3, 2022. Panic at an Indonesian soccer match Saturday left over 100 people dead, most of whom were trampled to death after police fired tear gas to stop the clashes. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim)
            
              Relatives stand nearby as survivors of Saturday's deadly crush are treated at a hospital in Malang, East Java, Indonesia, Monday Oct. 3, 2022. Police firing tear gas at Saturday night's match between host Arema FC of East Java's Malang city and Persebaya Surabaya in an attempt to stop violence triggered a disastrous crush of fans making a panicked, chaotic run for the exits, leaving a large number of people dead, most of them trampled upon or suffocated. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim)
            
              Players and officials of the soccer club Arema FC pray outside the Kanjuruhan Stadium where many fans lost their lives in a stampede Saturday night in Malang, Indonesia, Monday, Oct. 3, 2022. Police firing tear gas at Saturday night's match between host Arema FC of East Java's Malang city and Persebaya Surabaya in an attempt to stop violence triggered a disastrous crush of fans making a panicked, chaotic run for the exits, leaving a large number of people dead, most of them trampled upon or suffocated. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim)
            
              Players and officials of the soccer club Arema FC pray outside the Kanjuruhan Stadium where many fans lost their lives in a stampede Saturday night in Malang, Indonesia, Monday, Oct. 3, 2022. Police firing tear gas at Saturday night's match between host Arema FC of East Java's Malang city and Persebaya Surabaya in an attempt to stop violence triggered a disastrous crush of fans making a panicked, chaotic run for the exits, leaving a large number of people dead, most of them trampled upon or suffocated. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim)