KAFA accuse FMLLP of ignoring their appeal for L’Imam Seydi

The KAFA-FMLLP saga continues…

The Kelantan FA (KAFA) has accused the Football Malaysia Limited Liability Partnership (FMLLP) of ignoring them.

After suffering docked points and a transfer ban in May, KAFA have met with FMLLP to discuss how they can turn over a new leaf and set things straight again.

Since then, KAFA have reportedly submitted all the relevant documents FMLLP needed, fulfilled their criteria together with an appeal submitted on the 21st of June.

However, FMLLP have remained silent on the appeal, according to KAFA’s secretary general, Datuk Ismail Md Noor.

“We’ve submitted an appeal on the 21st of June, with a complete explanation, together with all the relevant documents that FMLLP required of us.” Bahrain quoted Datuk Ismail Md Noor as saying.

“But they haven’t responded, so we’re quite puzzled. Why haven’t they responded to us?” he added.

KAFA have been trying hard to get their transfer ban lifted, as they are in dire need to register their new French import, L’Imam Seydi.

“If they don’t respond, we don’t know what’s going on, and until then, we can register or field L’Imam Seydi. And we need L’Imam urgently because Celin is injured.” Datuk Ismail said.

KAFA also lost their star striker, Mohammed Ghaddar, who left the club during the transfer window to join Johor Darul Ta’zim.

Early in May, FMLLP docked six points from KAFA and imposed a transfer ban on KAFA after the latter failed to submit the required documents for team registration.

The Red Warriors were also under fire for unpaid wages owed to former players and staffs.

Since then, FMLLP have reinstated 3 points to KAFA, but they haven’t lifted the transfer ban due to KAFA’s unresolved financial fiasco.

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