Gombak United will be sitting out of the S-league next year as their chairman John Yap wish to look at a new model of funding for the club.
Since RWS and MBS open, it has hit Gombak jackpot machine earnings and it has affected the club finance health and while John Yap stress the club is not in debt, it is not sustainable.
The club will still operate the Prime League and COEs teams as FAS will still be providing funding for the club.
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