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Megat Amir Faisal Al Khalidi Ibrahim

Megat Amir Faisal Al Khalidi Ibrahim

Malaysian footballer
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Intro Malaysian footballer
Countries Malaysia
Occupations Association football player
Gender male
Birth 27 September 1978 (Penang)
The details

Megat Amir Faisal Al Khalidi bin Ibrahim (born 27 September 1978) is a Malaysian footballer who former football player and coach. His preferred playing position is as a goalkeeper.

The Penang-born goalkeeper began his career with Penang youth team and later picked as one of the national Olympic 2000 team goalkeeper playing in M-League for 1999 season. After his national team stint ended, he returned to Penang and become the understudy of the main goalkeeper Zamri Mat Ariff. After Zamri departure to Perak FA, he was given a nod as main senior team goalkeeper until he signed with Kedah in 2005. He became a cult figure with Kedah due to his performances with them.

Other club noticed his performances with Kedah, leading to Megat joining Selangor FA for a two season contract in 2006. He was released by Selangor with a few other senior players in a clean out following a very poor season for Selangor in 2008.

He had trial with Perak FA and later signed with them after Perak FA lost two their experience goalkeeper, Mohd Hamsani Ahmad and Mohd Nasril Nourdin to Selangor for 2009 season. After being released from Perak, he returned to his hometown to join Penang FA for Malaysia Premier League 2011 season.

In 2012, he joined another Penang outfit PBAPP FC who plays in the 2012 Malaysia FAM League for the first time.

Megat was part of the Malaysia squad at the 1997 FIFA World Youth Championship in Malaysia.

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