KOTA BHARU – Football Malaysia Limited Liability Partnership (FMLLP) and the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) have been urged to be fair to the Kelantan Football Association (Kafa).
Kafa advisor Tan Sri Annuar Musa said the Kelantan football team was unfairly treated by FMLLP and FAM who blocked the move to sign Frenchman Seydi L ‘Imam to strengthen the frontline.
“Kafa were deceived by certain parties who claimed that the lucrative sale of Mohammed Ghaddar would allow them to buy other players,” he said in his latest entry on his Facebook page today.
FMLLP had dismissed Kafa’s application to sign Seydi L ‘Imam as replacement for Alessandro Padovani Celin during the last transfer window of the Malaysian League (M-League).
FMLLP claimed that Kafa failed to complete the documentation as requested and did not meet the criteria of the registration of players in the M-League. – BERNAMA