Transfer News: Kelantan complete Prince Tagoe swoop

The Red Warriors confirmed the signing of the lanky Ghanaian striker; PBAPP FC seal the deal for several new faces

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After weeks of rife speculation, Kelantan supremo Tan Sri Annuar Musa has finally confirmed the signing of Ghanaian striker Prince Tagoe on a free transfer.

Annuar Musa made the announcement last night via his Facebook account after the humbling 4-0 defeat at the hands of Sime Darby FC which have claimed its first victim in the form of coach, Steve Darby.
A lot is expected of the former Hoffenheim hitman who has amassed an impressive 36 caps for his country scoring seven goals. The 6ft 2in striker was also part of The Black Star's 2010 World Cup squad appearing alongside established players; Asamoah Gyan and Kevin Prince-Boateng.


Malaysian Premier League newcomers, PBAPP FC have dipped into the transfer market and secure the signings of Rosdi Talib, Boris Kochkin, Kaye Edrisar, Luis Silvah and Alexander Becerra in a bid to save their season. The news was confirmed via Twitter by an inside source of the club side, @FCPenang.

Veteran fullback Rosdi Talib is no stranger to Malaysian football as he was well known for his loyal service for Terengganu while Russian playmaker Boris Kochkin was last seen with Pahang making 26 appearances and scoring six goals.