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The Lebanese forward has been re-registered for the Malaysian Super League after having been dropped earlier

After six goals in four AFC Cup matches to keep Kelantan in strong contention for the next round of the competition, Mohamed Ghaddar has found his way back into the Malaysia Super League squad.

The Lebanese forward had been dropped earlier in the season after scoring three goals in league fixtures in favour of Nigerian Onyekachi Nwoha.

Nwoha has only managed three goals himself since, with two in the Super League and one in the FA Cup competition.

The Nigerian was also hauled off by coach Bojan Hodak during the Red Warriors weekend clash against T-Team when he failed to find the net, with the vocal home crowd clearly unhappy with his and the team's showing.

Ghaddar will be registered with the Kelantan team on Monday April 16, the final day of the transfer deadline and will also likely start on Tuesday in the return match against T-Team.

Kelantan sit five points behind league leaders LionsXII, in second place though they have three games in hand over the Singapore side who lost their first league fixture after ten games to PKNS on Saturday night.

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