PETALING JAYA: From a winger with clipped wings at Perak to a City Boy now ready to take flight in the Malaysia Cup.
Things are looking up for J. Partiban after he left his state club Perak during the second transfer window, due to the Seladang’s failure to pay his wages on time, to join Kuala Lumpur.
With no more salary worries, the 28-year-old Partiban is a stable man enjoying his football again.
That security will help him tremendously to focus on helping KL make an impact in the Malaysia Cup competition starting on Friday.
The City Boys, who have won the Cup three times, are in Group A with Pahang, Penang and the second-placed Premier League team (yet to be confirmed).
Since joining Bojan Hodak’s outfit, Partiban has made siRead More »
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