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Tuesday October 8, 2013 MYT 10:10:00 PM
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by eric samuel
Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh: 'If everything goes well, I should stay on for another season. I have no problems here.'
PETALING JAYA: Hotshot Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh is keen to extend his stay with PKNS FC for another season.
The 22-year-old Liberian international said he was impressed with the professional set-up at the club and wished to remain with the Super League side.
“If everything goes well, I should stay on for another season. I have no problems here. They have a good management team,” said Wleh, who was their top goal poacher with 22 goals this season.
He was also the Super League’s second top scorer with 14 goals and netted another seven in the Malaysia Cup competition.
PKNS did well to qualify for their first-ever Malaysia Cup quarter-finals this season. However, Pahang stopped their march into the semi-finals with a 5-3 aggregate win last week.
It is learnt that PKNS coach Abdul Rahman Ibrahim will leave the club side and return to his home state Terengganu next season.
“If there is a new coach, then I’ll need to see him first and find out his plans for me. It is important that I know the coach and what he has in store for me,” said Wleh, who led Sime Darby FC to the FA Cup final last season.
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