Liga Premier side Sarawak FA has failed to meet the minimum player requirements needed for registrations set by the Malaysia Football League (MFL) to play in the league.

According to MFL Head of Operation Officer Mohd Syazli Syaik Mohd, Sarawak only registered 15 players where as MFL had required each team to register at least 20 players by 11.59 night, 10 January 2018.

Syazli had therefore said that action would be taken against Sarawak for their failure to register the minimum required players after the deadline had passed.  He confirmed that the issue would be brought up to the CEO of MFL, and presented to the board of directors of MFL for further action.

The video also revealed that Sarawak had failed to complete the registration of players and told MFL that some documents are yet to be completed.

Syazli said that such reason was unfair as all teams had been reminded a few times of the registration deadline and MFL had even arranged for meet and greet sessions, as well as went to personally go to each teams personally to ensure registration of players was done as scheduled.

Aside from Sarawak, PKNP FC which plays in the Liga Super also failed to complete the registration of players on time.

The full video from MFL can be viewed below.

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