Indonesian Super Liga side Arema Malang - the club of National striker Noh Alam Shah and winger Ridhuan Muhammad - is reportedly in financial troubles.
The club management have been accused of not delivering on promises in their contract by their coach Robert Alberts and the players.
The Dutchman cited bonuses that were not paid after the team won the games as well as having to leave hotels because the club did not pay the bills.
Therefore, the Dutchman is giving the management the period after Christmas to pay up on the bonuses as well as other promises or else, the club 3-0 win over Copa Indonesia Champions Sriwijaya will be the last game for him and a number of players, including the foreigners, will depart as well.
The club is currently top of the Indonesian Super Liga with 27 points from 12 games.
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