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Ex-Sabah import Shitembi joins Terengganu FC

29th December, 2020

KUALA TERENGGANU: Terengganu FC (TFC) on Monday announced its first import player, Petrus Shitembi to help the squad go through the 2021 season, including the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup.

In a statement on Monday, TFC said that the player from Namibia, who previously played with the Sabah team, would serve in Terengganu for a year and wear the Number 19 jersey.

Prior to joining the Sabah squad, the 28-year-old had played in several leagues on the African continent since 2010 and had more than 65 match records with the Namibian national squad.

As a player who was comfortable playing in the offensive position, and had the title ‘The Dancing Shoes’, Petrus, who had a dominant left foot, was able to dribble to confuse the opponent’s defence and create opportunities in the front either through open or’ set pieces’.

“At the same time, he is also a player who is hardworking and quick to come down to help the defence. It is a bonus for any team to have players who are able to attack and also defend in a match,” according to the statement. – Bernama

   
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