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Illegal KL import?

NST's Devinder Singh and I were watching KL play Armed Forces in a friendly match at the KLFA Academy in Taman Melati on Tuesday.

We were keeping close tabs on several players and as I was trying to identify a particular player - Jacob Anderson from Ghana.

And when Devinder pointed out Anderson to me, I quickly said; "Damn, he looks like Snoop Dogg."

Devinder agreed instantaneously.

Later we met the midfielder, thinking he could be the right player for KL.

We were wrong.

Apparently Anderson is an illegal. He has overstayed in the country for more than seven months.

Damn!

Read all about it in today's Mailsport.

HD says: And this is the 'quality' of foriegn footballers trying to play in Malaysia.

Comments

  1. funny thing is, the FA seems to be ok with giving trial to "imports" that came knocking down their door.
    no credentials, no agents, no history, nothing..and we all wonder why Malaysian football is the same or even worst than we were 25 years ago.

    p/s - nasib baik dia mengaku dia illegal, kalau dia mengaku he used to play untuk nigeria under 17,18 and main youth world cup, ..or maybe he did tell this to you guys?. hehehe

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  2. sebelum ni dia buat apa, jual jam ke?

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  3. Why blame these imports? What were the management guys at KLFA were doing and allow these nonsense to happen? 22 years of pro football and yet we see these lack of seriousness to support the development of the game. Do KLFA has a vetting committee to assess the quality or status of the players either local or imports? Do something about this FAM ( maybe you can take the key officials for study tour as how to run a professional club as you did in 1988 ). May Good Lord help to save our football. Thanks Haresk.

    fr.
    KCNR

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  4. We in the time where internet can give us all the info that we want. What KLFA official do about this?have they check players background? Or do i need to suggest attend any course google for dumb for our football official over here?another thing haresh need to check guy bwele for Sarawak team. In wiki they was a case one fraudster name Guy Bwele attend a trial in Norway League. I hope Sarawak get the genuine one rather then the 'copy' Guy Bwele

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  5. JUST WE STOP TO BLAME JACOB ANDERSON AS ILLEGAL, YES IT HAPPEN BUT HE ALSO HUMAN BEING AS WE RITE.. MAYBE HE HAVE SOME PROBLEM TO RENEW HIS STATUS.. HE HAVE QUALITY TO PLAY AS FOOTBALLER JUST HIS STATUS WERE NOW MAKE HIM PUT HIS FACE DOWN.. BUR AM BELIEVE TAT HE WILL COME WIT HIS LEGAL STATUS TO PLAY AS IMPORT PLAYER SOON.. WE ALL SUPPORT HIM MUCH.. PLEASE
    KL COACH, GIVE HIM SUPPORT AND HELP HIM TO GRAB HIS DREAM... MAY GOD BLESS YOU COACH..

    FOR RON97, JUST YOU SHUT YOUR STUPID MIND TO SAID TAT HIS JUAL JAM... MAYBE YOU THE ONE JUAL JAM KAT CHINA STREET? IF YOU DONT WANT APPERCIATE PEOPLE OR WAY JUST YOU STOP TO BLAME PEOPLE WITH YOUR STUPID WORD HERE...

    PABLOAMI - THANK YOU SOO MUCH TO APERCIATE TAT DIA MENGAKU DIA TU ILLEGAL; BUT HE WILL COME AGAIN WITH RESOLVE HIS STATUS WITH LEGAL OK.. I LOVE YOU JACOB ANDERSON....

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  6. WE SUPPORT JACOB ANDERSON TO PLAY AS IMPORT PLAYER FOR KL FC... HE HAVE TALENT AND HE IS NICE PLAYER.. KL COACH, HOPE YOU WILL LEAVE TIS GUY AT YOUR TEAM... HOPE ANDERSON WILL RESOLVE HIS STATUS AND BACK SOON... ANDERSON, DONT MIND WAT PEOPLE BLAME YOU, YOU JUST DO THE BEST FOR YOUR CARRIER.. MAY GOD BLESS YOU AND KEEP YOU GOOD HEALTH... SEE YOU SOON AT KLFC..

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  7. Jacob Anderson- you rock the klfc club.. you just resolve your status ok.. hope your kl coach will keep you as import player.. please back.. we need you to play klfc.. we support you..

    resolve your status with grace of god.. back soon..

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  8. KLFC - please take jacob anderson as import player, he play nice and clean.. give him change to play KLFC. KL coach, please and please hope he already resolve his status to live in Malaysia.. Anderson, back soon.

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  9. Bring in South Korean or Japanese or Iranians football players that are currently playing for their national football team and are currently playing in their top flight division league. Only 3 Koreans and 3 Japanese have played in the M League so far. If you look at other leagues around the world, be it ASEAN League, Asia League or even in Europe there are many Japanese and Koreans. So hopefully, KL can secure some sponsors, maybe tie up with local companies, maybe let say maxis, or Sime Darby, or firefly airlines, or digi. Hopefully by next season KL can find and sign two good import players from Japan and Korea.

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