17 January 2016

Ramazotti staying with DPMM FC

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

SINGAPORE League (S-League) defending champions DPMM FC reassured yesterday that topscorer Rafael Ramazotti will be returning to ply his trade with the club for the upcoming season.
It was reported on Berita Harian on Monday that the Brazilian striker is set for trial with T-Team in the Malaysian League.
T-Team assistant coach Mohd Azhari Salim was quoted on the Malaysian daily saying: “Ramazotti is already in Kuala Lumpur and we will test him in a series of three friendly matches to look at his ability to lead the attack of The Titans.”
However, DPMM FC manager Ali Hj Momin rebutted the report and said that the 1.93m forward is still in Brazil.
“He isn't there (Kuala Lumpur). He contacted me last night (Monday night) about his ticket and that he will be coming back here from Brazil,” said Ali in an interview with The Brunei Times.
“He has already extended his contract with us till the end of the 2016 season,” he added.
Ramazotti was key to Brunei's only professional team winning their maiden S-League title last year after finding the back of the net 21 times in the competition.
He also received nominations in both the Goal of the Year and Player of the Year categories.
With the import quota being reduced from five to three for this season, Portuguese forward Paulo Sergio and Northern Irish defender Brian McLean are the other two retained.
Bosnian defender Boris Raspudic and Irish midfielder Joe Gamble were the other two imports that have been released. - Yee Chun Leong

The Brunei Times

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