PTV - Iranian soccer players Ali Abedi, Amir Lak and Kamyab Shahabeddin have signed contracts with the Indonesian Pusamania Borneo Football Club, which currently competes in the country's Soccer Championship A.
The 21-year-old Abedi, who played for the Iranian soccer club Malavan Bandar Anzali in Iran’s professional league, dubbed the Persian Gulf Pro League, has been attending Pusamania Borneo’s training sessions at the multi-purpose Manahan Stadium in the city of Surakarta since October 24, Indonesian media reported on Friday.
Lak, who used to play for Iran national under-23 team (nicknamed Team Omid) and Amaad club, has also been in attendance besides Shahabeddin.
"We hereby announce the arrival of three players from Iran. Two players have previously played in the first division along one of the main clubs in East Java. The third one is a debutant,” Pusamania Borneo’s Assistant Manager, Farid Abubakar, said.
No information about the length and fees of the deals was immediately available.
Pusamania Borneo FC was formed on March 7, 2014. The Indonesian soccer club won its first title and became champion of the 2014 Liga Indonesia Premier Division on November 27, 2014 after beating Persiwa Wamena 2–1 in the final.