Sinaga severs ties with Kelantan to return home

The 29-year-old winger has agreed to end his time at Kelantan with immediate effect in favour of a return to former club.

It was announced on Tuesday that Indonesian player, Ferdinand Sinaga will no longer play any part of Kelantan's season for the rest of the 2018 campaign.

A mutual termination agreement was struck between the player and Kelantan FA after discussions was held with the president, Bibi Ramjani Ilias Khan.

This follows the previous same form of termination done with Shukri Hamid and Hattpon Bun An.

Sinaga has thus far struggled to adapt to the Kelantan side, culminating in disappointing performances each time he took to the field for the Red Warriors.

It does not help that as a whole, Kelantan has also been struggling after being stuck in the relegation zone as well as being knocked out of the FA Cup in the third round.

The decision comes a day after the former Super League champions announce the signing of Fajr Ibrahim as the club's new technical director and the Syrian now has to make use of the two weeks of international break to come to terms with what the squad requires to ensure a continuous stay in Malaysia's top division.

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