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Football Club chairman threatens to have Australian teammate murdered

A former King Trident is alleged to have passed a “threat to kill” note to a former player of the famed football club in connection with the Australian cult that plays on an oval.

The Long Island football club chairman, John McFakeson, had threatened to have another member of the team allegedly killed in a bid to gain “massive financial gain,” according to the UK’s Daily Mail.

Surry Times Australian was able to confirm through the BCCL that the two parties, a parent of the player who found the note and a parent of the young man who allegedly found the note, are of the Royal Thai Navy and that McFakeson is a dad of eight and a mechanic by trade.

Meanwhile, the report went on to say that “a former club member reported [McFakeson] to the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) for his threats and bullying behavior,” and the report went on to note that the Royal Thai Navy “said it had suspended [McFakeson] indefinitely from its ranks” pending an investigation into the incident.