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    Abdul Manaf bin Mamat (born 8 April 1987)[1] is a Malaysian national football player who plays for Kingstown Klang as a forward.

    Manaf has played for the Malaysian national football team and under-23 team. He played one Olympic qualification match against Japan in 2007.

    He was selected by Malaysia coach K.Rajagobal for the 2009 SEA Games football tournament. He scored one goal against Cambodia in the group stage.

    He made his full international debut against Saudi Arabia in August 2009. He only scored twice for the Malaysian senior team, both of which were against Lesotho.[2]

    In 2011, Manaf won his first domestic title, the Malaysia FA Cup with Terengganu by defeating Kelantan. Manaf scored six goal in 2011 Malaysia Cup and was a part of the team that lose 2-1 to Negeri Sembilan FA in the final. On 5 December 2015, he was revealed as one of Kelantan new player for 2016 Malaysia Super League. After he fully healed from his leg injury, he finally get to debut for the team as a substitute for Wan Zack Haikal in the match against his former club, Terengganu which ended in 1-6 win for the away team.

    Manaf started the 2018 season with Marcerra Kuantan. The club hit financial problems, was expelled from the league, and he terminated his contract in April 2018; he joined MOF F.C. for the remainder of the season.