Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) lifted the transfer ban on Perak FC yesterday after clearing debt in the club.
PFC was previously subject to transfer restrictions due to their failure to settle their players’ salary arrears a few months ago. However, the issue was successfully resolved after the club was taken over by the new owner, XOX Berhad.
The development was announced in an official club statement after Perak FC received an email from FIFA stating that it had received correspondence from creditors and that the funds owed had been transferred to their respective accounts in accordance with Article 13, Rules Governing Player Status and Dispute Resolution Committee Procedures Hall.
“I would like to thank FAM and MFL for their help and guidance.” Dato Seri Abdul Azim Mohd Zabidi, Chairman of Perak FC said.
“This agenda is our priority, to ensure that the club can register players of caliber. Unfortunately, the fans had to go through the first session of the season with a limited squad and points deducted,”
“This shows our commitment to ensuring that Perak FC can maintain its 101 -year history, and move on to greater success in the future. Don’t forget, the hard work of our junior and young players who have tried their best in the first session of this season,”
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