KL City’s FIFA transfer ban lifted, new players can now be registered

“KL City’s Transfer Ban Lifted; New Players Allowed for 2024-2025 Season”

KL City fans can breathe a sigh of relief as FIFA has lifted the transfer ban imposed on the club. Following the revelation that KL City was among the six teams sanctioned, concerns were rife that the club would be unable to register new players for the upcoming season. However, a recent update from Astro Arena reporter Zulhelmi Zainal Azam brought good news, confirming that the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) had ensured the transfer ban’s removal.

This positive development comes after KL City settled all outstanding salary payments on March 26th, effectively meeting FIFA’s requirements. With the transfer restrictions now lifted, KL City is free to register new players for the upcoming Super League season without any hindrances.

In light of the lifted ban, KL City has wasted no time in bolstering their squad. The club has already secured the services of several players through permanent transfers, including S. Sharvin, Nick Swirad, Hafizul Hakim Khairul Nizam Jothy, and Brendan Gan. Additionally, the team, under the guidance of Croatian coach Miroslav Kuljanac, has welcomed Ryan and Declan Lambert on loan from Johor Darul Ta’zim FC (JDT FC).

The timely resolution of the transfer ban allows KL City to focus on strengthening their squad for the upcoming season, ensuring that they are competitive in the Super League. With key acquisitions already in place and the promise of further additions to come, the club is in a stronger position to pursue their ambitions on the field.

As KL City prepares for the 2024-2025 campaign, the lifting of the transfer ban signals a new chapter for the club, one that fans hope will be marked by success and achievement. The support of the loyal fanbase, coupled with the club’s renewed ability to recruit talent, sets the stage for an exciting season ahead.KL City fans can breathe a sigh of relief as FIFA has lifted the transfer ban imposed on the club. Following the revelation that KL City was among the six teams sanctioned, concerns were rife that the club would be unable to register new players for the upcoming season. However, a recent update from Astro Arena reporter Zulhelmi Zainal Azam brought good news, confirming that the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) had ensured the transfer ban’s removal.

This positive development comes after KL City settled all outstanding salary payments on March 26th, effectively meeting FIFA’s requirements. With the transfer restrictions now lifted, KL City is free to register new players for the upcoming Super League season without any hindrances.

In light of the lifted ban, KL City has wasted no time in bolstering their squad. The club has already secured the services of several players through permanent transfers, including S. Sharvin, Nick Swirad, Hafizul Hakim Khairul Nizam Jothy, and Brendan Gan. Additionally, the team, under the guidance of Croatian coach Miroslav Kuljanac, has welcomed Ryan and Declan Lambert on loan from Johor Darul Ta’zim FC (JDT FC).

The timely resolution of the transfer ban allows KL City to focus on strengthening their squad for the upcoming season, ensuring that they are competitive in the Super League. With key acquisitions already in place and the promise of further additions to come, the club is in a stronger position to pursue their ambitions on the field.

As KL City prepares for the 2024-2025 campaign, the lifting of the transfer ban signals a new chapter for the club, one that fans hope will be marked by success and achievement. The support of the loyal fanbase, coupled with the club’s renewed ability to recruit talent, sets the stage for an exciting season ahead.

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