Transfer News: Norfarhan makes U-Turn on Johor Darul Takzim move

The ex-Kelantan winger has decided against playing for the Southern Tigers next season, while Dollah Salleh has officially taken over PDRM


Pahang FA's Secretary General, Fuzzeimi Ibrahim has dismissed the rumour linking Datuk K. Rajagopal with the Tok Gajah hotseat for next season. Dollah Saleh has departed to take charge of PDRM, and recent speculations suggested that King Raja could replace him in Pahang. However, Fuzzeimi dismissed the rumour in an interview with Kosmo!, adding that they will not be rushed into naming a replacement.


Perak's transformation continues as Bernama's report claims that they are interested in acquiring the services of Hafiz Kamal. The hardworking midfielder helped Pahang win the Malaysia Cup recently, and the Seladangs are apparently very keen on having him fill in the void left by Shahrulnizam Mustapha.



Johor Football Association officially confirmed that Norfarhan Mohammad has decided against playing for Southern Tigers next year. The hardworking winger was previously all set and ready to feature for them next season, having been released by Kelantan after their Malaysia Cup exploits. However, the Johor FA released a media statement, claiming that Norfarhan himself requested against playing for them, citing personal decisions as the reason behind it.


It is now official that Dollah Salleh will be taking charge of them. Besides that, they have also secured the signing of Bobby Gonzales from Sarawak, Rafael Novais from Perak, Ezrie Shafizie from Johor DT as well as Sabre Mat Abu from Kedah.