TRANSFER NEWS: Farisham joins Panthers, Bees bid adieu to Lund and Sanjef

Bojan Hodak finally make his first local signing for Pulau Pinang, DRB-Hicom part ways with two players.

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Premier League side DRB-Hicom on Tuesday announced the departure of Danish forward Philip Lund and youngster B. Sanjef Dinesh.

26-year old Lund, who joined the Bees at the start of the season, is rumoured to have been dropped due to a long-term injury, while 20-year old Sanjef has reportedly joined Felda United's President Cup squad.

However no news has been heard of Lund's direction, nor about his replacement in the team, which now sit in sixth in the league.

Sanjef meanwhile has received constant call-ups to the Malaysia U22 squad under head coach Frank Bernhardt, which speaks volumes of his potential.

Lund while playing for Seattle Sounders in the Major League Soccer


Kelantan chairman Tan Sri Annuar Musa on Monday announced that defender Farisham Ismail has joined Pulau Pinang on a loan deal. According to Annuar, the request was made by the Panthers' CEO Bojan Hodak, who is a former head coach of the Red Warriors.

The 31-year old has played mostly for Kelantan in two spells throughout his senior career, in 2004 and 2005, and from 2008 up to now, with a stint with the now defunct Telekom Melaka in between.

Hodak had earlier expressed his frustration at being unable to sign local players during the June transfer window, one of his objectives when he was appointed by the island side.


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