JDT to unveil new Spanish players tomorrow, says technical director | Malay Mail

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JDT to unveil new Spanish players tomorrow, says technical director | Malay Mail

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JDT to unveil new Spanish players tomorrow, says technical director | Malay Mail

JOHOR BARU, Jan 19 — Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) is set to sign three new players from Spain to strengthen the squad for the 2022 Malaysia League campaign. JDT technical director Alistair Edwards said the new additions would also help the team in the AFC Champions League. “We will announce two...

channel for the latest updates.JOHOR BARU, Jan 19 — Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) is set to sign three new players from Spain to strengthen the squad for the 2022 Malaysia League campaign.JDT technical director Alistair Edwards said the new additions would also help the team in the AFC Champions League.

“We will announce two new players tomorrow, while the third player will join the squad in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, for the pre-season.“JDT will leave for Dubai this weekend, and will play friendly matches against Spartak Moscow, Rodina Moscow, MSK Zilina and Riga FC,” he said in a statement posted on JDT’s official Facebook page today.

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JOHOR BARU, Jan 19 — Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) is set to sign three new players from Spain to strengthen the squad for the 2022 Malaysia League campaign. JDT technical director Alistair Edwards said the new additions would also help the team in the AFC Champions League. In the draw conducted today, the two teams were drawn into Group I together with eight-time China League champions Guangzhou FC and the winners of the play-off between South Korea’s Ulsan Hyundai and Port FC of Thailand. “We will announce two new players tomorrow, while the third player will join the squad in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, for the pre-season. “JDT will leave for Dubai this weekend, and will play friendly matches against Spartak Moscow, Rodina Moscow, MSK Zilina and Riga FC,” he said in a statement posted on JDT’s official Facebook page today. Last season, the squad coached by Benjamin Mora finished third in Group G, behind Nagoya Grampus of Japan and runners-up Pohang Steelers of South Korea. Last week, the Southern Tigers announced the signing of former Serie A player Fernando Forestieri, as well as Syahmi Safari, who previously played for Selangor. Defending champions Al-Hilal SFC of Saudi Arabia have been drawn in Group A alongside Tajikistan’s FC Istiklol, Qatar’s Al Rayyan and the winners of the play-off between the United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) Sharjah FC and Iraq’s Al Zawraa.

— Bernama You May Also Like . Meanwhile, four teams who will be making their debut in the tournament are Al Faisaly of Saudi Arabia, Mumbai City FC (India), Ahal FC (Turkmenistan) and Melbourne City (Australia).