Analysis

MSL 2016: This year's best signings

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Patrick Wleh (Selangor)

The big Liberian has scored for fun since moving to Malaysia in 2012. His time with Sime Darby and then PKNS FC were both major successes. Fans of the Red Giants will be rubbing their hands together at the prospect.

The logic is simple: if Wleh can score so often for clubs where he often didn't get much service, how may times will he net when he has some seriously talented creative players around him? We are about to find out.

The hitman doesn't often miss the target and should be a real asset to Selangor.

Brent Griffiths (Penang)

Penang have their assembled their full contingent of foreign stars but it is their new Australian centre-back who, it is hoped on the island, will be the cool and laid-back yin to the passionate South American yang that is the much-loved Reinaldo Lobo.

Injuries curtailed his number of appearances in the A-League – though he did manage to impress in the Asian Champions League with Central Coast Mariners – but if the 25 year-old can stay fit then Penang could be a tough unit to breach at the back.