Ex-Fulham star joins Hong Kong champs
13 January 2012, 15:41
England - Former Fulham defender Zesh Rehman has joined Hong Kong champions Kitchee Sports Club on an 18-month deal after a spell in Thailand, the player said on Twitter.
Rehman, who is British-born but plays for Pakistan at international level, made English football history in 2004 when he became the first Asian player to start for a Premier League club by playing for Fulham against Liverpool.
He was later sent on loan by the west London side before joining QPR, Brighton & Hove Albion and then Bradford City, earning himself a reputation as a solid centre-back on the field and vocal anti-racism campaigner off it.
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