K. Gurusamy set for Rajagobal reunion in Kuching?

Selangor midfielder K. Gurusamy has reportedly agreed a deal with Sarawak FA, ahead of next year’s Malaysian football calendar.

He helped the Red Giants clinch the Malaysia Cup last weekend, and is now set to draw the curtains on his four-year spell with them.

With Datuk K. Rajagobal in charge, the Crocs are already getting their plans for 2016 underway. Influential midfielder Joseph Kalang Tie has departed for Sarawak, and it now appears that Gurusamy has been snapped up as a replacement for him.

The 27 year-old midfielder has battled several injury issues over the last few years, though his talent is widely recognized around the country.

More importantly though, he regularly featured for the national team during Rajagobal’s reign and was part of the squad that clinched the AFF Suzuki Cup title in 2010.


Gurusamy is extremely hardworking and that’s exactly the sort of player Sarawak needs at this juncture. Joseph’s departure will hit them hard, as he is a complete workhorse on the pitch. But in Gurusamy, they’ve found a replacement that’s equally capable of filling Joseph’s boots, if not more. Besides that, he’s also a player that Rajagobal understands in and out. This will be a crucial factor in building the squad morale for next season.

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