Football Association of Terengganu come to a mutual agreement with playing staff to allow eight local, and two import players, to seek pastures new
Terengganu are set to field a new look team next season after ten players were confirmed to be leaving the east coast side as part of a revamp process by the Football Association of Terengganu.
The controversy-hit Turtles have already suspended head coach Peter Butler for six months after he went straight to the media about an incident involving first team players recently.
Goalkeeper Ahmad Sharbinee Allawee together with several of his team-mates and officials were investigated by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) for alleged match-fixing but have since been cleared.
After more than four hours of meeting between the management and the players yesterday, Sharbinee and defender Muslim Ahmad have asked to leave while midfielder Joseph Kalang Tie is seeking a return home to Sarawak.
Joining them on the way out will be Abdul Hadi Yahya, Reeshafiq Alwi, Shukor Jusoh, Hariri Shafie and Ailim Fahmi Kamaruddin.
The management has also decided not to renew the contract of the foreigners in the team, Francis Forkey Doe of Liberia and Brazilian Erison da Silva Santos.