FMLLP urges teams to register their players on time

FMLLP has urged all Super League and Premier League teams to register their players as soon as possible.

BY         NIK AFIQ        Follow on Twitter

Football Malaysia Limited & Liability Partnership (FMLLP) has expressed their disappointment at teams who have failed to register their players in FAM’s Mypas system for the 2017 season.

In a press statement released by FMLLP, the organisation explained that there are several teams that failed to register their players in the system, and the players may be barred from playing in the league if they do not have their names registered.

Some of the problems identified by the FMLLP are incomplete documents, invalid medical reports, and lack of validation from the FAM Integrity Department for relevant documents.

The teams have been instructed to register a minimum of 20 players before 6th of January in order for FMLLP to process, check and approve the registration of officials and players before the league starts next week.

All teams have received the notification via official letters, during M-League’s briefing last December as well as through their administrative officers.

Kevin Ramalingam, the CEO of FMLLP said: “Teams who do not complete the registration of their players will not be able to field the respective players in any M-League matches until we approve it.”

“The grace period for the registration is 48 hours, so teams need to register them as soon as possible so the players are not barred from playing.”

Meanwhile, Kevin also explained that both PKNS FC and PDRM are yet to finalise their home venues for the first few games of the seasons, due to the maintenance work at Shah Alam Stadium and Hang Jebat Stadium respectively.


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