Sarawak fans didn’t mince their words when they gave massive negative feedbacks towards Sarawak’s newly signed Strikers, Aliredza Abbasfard and Milorad Janjus after Sarawak fell 0-1 to Kelantan at Stadium Negeri last night.
Comments on social media, facebook and twitter in particular, have not been favourable towards the duo, with the Football Association of Sarawak (FAS) also dragged into the heated discussions in regards to Sarawak’s narrow defeat, their second in the Super League, last night.
Impatient fans are already calling for FAS to look for new strikers when the transfer window opens, while some have requested that Sarawak head coach Robert Alberts play Akmal Rizal and Zamri Morshidi instead of the duo.
Some supporters have also said that the money spent on both Aliredza and Milorad could be better spent on retaining Bobby Gonzales which was Sarawak’s top striker last year.
To add salt to the wound, both Aliredza and Milorad obtained poor ratings from Astro Arena commentators with Aliredza being said to be a weak player, and Milorad himself was remarked as “seems like a poor striker and he was performing below expectations and probably had no quality”.
It is hoped that both strikers would come up to silent their critics when Sarawak play against emerging club side Sime Darby FC next Tuesday.