Terengganu and T-Team insisted they will replace the current foreign players with new ones after disappointing performance by their imports
Two east-coast teams, Terengganu and T-Team, are looking to sign new import players when the transfer windows open next month.
According to the secretary-general of the Terengganu Football Assciation (PBSNT), Arpin Draman, they will sign new import players because the current ones are not performing well for the team.
Speaking to Bernama, he said “We plan to replace two foreign players for T-Team and two foreign players for Terengganu.”
Terengganu have confirmed that they will cast their eye over at least nine players, from Senegal, Colombia, Portugal, Brazil, Belgium, Nigeria and Malta.
Terengganu have so far performed well in the Malaysia Super League, and currently occupy third place, but with a game in hand. They were the league leaders before last weekend but their match against Selangor had to be postponed, which saw Kelantan and JDT overtake them in the league.
T-Team, on the other hand, have not performed well lately and have found themselves in the relegation zone for much of this season after barely surviving relegation last season. However, a win in their last outing may prove to be a boost for them to improve their position.
Both teams have been knocked out of the FA Cup, but PBSNT still hold hope that at least one trophy can be earned this season.