K. Male' | Shan Anees | 08-November-2017 | Wednesday 14:41 | twitter | Sport | 436
TC Sports Club’s case against Mohamed ‘PK’ Nazim, a defender that played with Club Valencia at the start of season, has been concluded by the Football Association of Maldives, and PK has been deemed to not be at fault.
TC Sports Club forwarded a case raising concern over Nazim’s participation in the Ooredoo Dhivehi Premier League, despite being with Club Valencia at the time.
While PK was in the squad for Milandhoo, as one of the team’s first eleven players on the field in their match on October 31st, TC noted that this was done without completing the transfer procedures.
RaajjeMV understands that the FAM had been aware of the issue, and that the association had done nothing to penalize either the player or the teams involved because the case was not officially filed.
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