Thursday, November 01, 2012


Fandi Crossing The Johor Divide

I have no idea what the rivalry is like between Johor and Johor FC. The latter is a private concern I think playing in Pasir Gudang while the former is the state owned team who play at Larkin Stadium.

Anyway Fandi Ahmad, I would usually insert words like Singaporean and legend here but can't be bothered, has been appointed coach of Johor FC for next season's Malaysia Super League which kicks off in January and thanks to the deep pockets of the club's backer, the Crown Prince of Johor, the club are investing heavily on players.

The highest profile new recruit is Safiq Rahim, formerly of Selangor who has reportedly been interesting Indonesian clubs of late. Also added is Zaquan Adha and Zafuan Aidil from Premier League champions ATM while they are reportedly interested in Kelantan's exciting striker Norshahrul Idlan Talaha.

Another new signing is former Spanish international striker Daniel Guiza, a 32 year old who was involved with Spain when they invented football in 2008, winning the European Championships. He also boasts an umlaut which is pretty cool eh?

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