Transfer News: Bos Gaurus bid farewell to Marco Tulio

Azraai upset with his African pair, Terengganu eager to sign Mat Yo

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CONFIRMED

PERAK
 
Harian Metro yesterday reported that second-placed Perak have parted ways with their Brazilian midfielder Marco Tulio, who is set to be replaced with Horace James from Jamaica. The decision was taken due to the fact that Tulio has been plagued with injuries. 30 year old James last played for North American Soccer League's FC Edmonton.
 
The report also added that two local players; Faisal Mansor and Rafiq Faeez will be dropped, and replaced with G Mugenthiran and Amirul Azahan Aznan.
 

RUMOURED

KELANTAN

It was reported by Berita Harian on Wednesday that the Red Warriors' head coach, Azraai Khor was left massively disappointed with the behaviour of two of his foreign players; Isaac Pupo and Emmanuel Kenmogne. He told the daily that they were behaving in a recalcitrant way in the run up to their first leg FA Cup quarter final encounter against Sime Darby on Tuesday, leaving him with no choice but to bench the African pair. He posited that they behaved in such a manner due the rumour that they will be shown the exit by Kelantan in the April transfer window.
 
TERENGGANU

Harian Metro on Thursday revealed that the Terengganu FA is eager to have national striker, Nor Shahrul Idlan Talaha join them. FA secretary, Arpin Draman told Metro that they are in the middle of negotiations to sign the Besut-born 28-year old during the April window, but insists that Nor Shahrul sort out the matter of compensation for his current club himself, to avoid any problems in the future. Nor Shahrul currently plays for relegation-threatened ATM, after joining them from JDT after the conclusion of the 2014 season.