Football: Matsumoto Yamaga unveils loan signing Anders Aplin, the first Singaporean in J.League

Under the deal, Anders Aplin will be with Yamaga until Jan 1, 2019, with a view to extend the stint next season.
Under the deal, Anders Aplin will be with Yamaga until Jan 1, 2019, with a view to extend the stint next season.PHOTO: MATSUMOTO YAMAGA
National defender Anders Aplin (No.15) becomes the first Singaporean to sign for a J.League club after J2League side Matsumoto Yamaga confirm his loan signing until the end of the season.
National defender Anders Aplin (No.15) becomes the first Singaporean to sign for a J.League club after J2League side Matsumoto Yamaga confirm his loan signing until the end of the season.PHOTO: MATSUMOTO YAMAGA

SINGAPORE - National defender Anders Aplin has become the first Singaporean football player to sign for a J.League team.

The 27-year-old Geylang International player inked a loan deal with second-tier J2 League leaders Matsumoto Yamaga and was unveiled on the club website (Aug 17) afternoon.

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