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Former Cardiff City target Safee Sali has his own website which shows that he is still banging in goals in Malaysia and has signed a new big-money deal with Pelita Jaya FC.
The striker, who spent time in trial at Cardiff City this season, has continued scoring in his homeland and has penned a deal, which the website says: "is worth more than RM2 million and includes an extensive match bonus package, a house and a car with a personal driver.
Safee's taxes will be paid by the club, as well as any travelling expenses to Kuala Lumpur."
It's good to see Safee doing well but I'm not sure Cardiff City could match that deal and star treatment. The website http://www.safeesali.com/ also shows the 28-year-old starring in a TV advert.
After quickly getting over Sunday's penalty heartbreaker, a flick through the global sports news unfurled this beautiful article from Malaysian newspaper the Sun Daily.
Even though parts of it are technically inaccurate, it is a fascinating insight to what is going on at the higher echelons of our club and how we are seen in the homeland of our owners.
It's also worth taking a look at this article written about Vincent Tan retiring as the head of his Berjaya Group to 'concentrate on other projects.'
During his visit to Malaysia last week, Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay was quizzed in a TV interview. Take a look at what he said.
Student football coaches from a South Wales university are to coach in Malaysia after an agreement with Cardiff City.
University of Glamorgan students will travel to the 1Malaysia Cardiff City Development Centre as part of work-based learning modules of their course.
Dr Chris Lee, head of the department of science and sport said: "This agreement offers a wonderful opportunity for Glamorgan students."
With thanks to Hoohaa Sports
Former Cardiff City player, Kevin Cooper, has been appointed to head the 1-Malaysia Cardiff City National Football Development Programme in Malaysia. Here he speaks about the objectives of this programme.