Malaysia’s Amateur Football League advises teams in M3 League to set salary cap for players to avoid arrears

PETALING JAYA, Dec 29 — Newbie Soccer League (AFL) chairman Datuk Mohd Yusoff Mahadi has encouraged all teams competing in the M3 League for the 2023 season to set a salary cap to make certain there are no additional wage arrears problems.

He claimed each team’s management really should be wise with their techniques when drafting the sum of salaries to be offered, other than paying based mostly on the club’s monetary suggests.

“We are very involved about the issue of non-payment of salaries and often recommend the groups during meetings held, not to devote outside of their implies.

“We really do not want them (M3 groups) to take Tremendous League gamers who previously, perhaps acquired RM40,000, to also be paid the same level in the M3 League. So I propose putting an RM10,000 (salary cap) for the players,” he informed reporters following the AFL Sponsorship Agreement Signing Ceremony with Al-Ikhsan Sports Sdn Bhd and Melaka Privilege Sdn Bhd, in this article right now.

Before, he confirmed that 14 groups would take part in the 2023 M3 League, which has been upgraded to a semi-qualified league that is envisioned to commence next February.

The event will use a league format with the top two teams enjoying in the 2024 Super League.

Mohd Yusoff extra that negotiations on the economic position system were underway with two much more groups interested in signing up for the M3 League, and the effects would be recognized by upcoming week. — Bernama