Singaporeans Abroad: Quiet month for Safuwan and Hafiz

 Singapore’s only two overseas representatives did not have much to talk about in March, due to injury and a lack of games... 

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Hafiz Sujad (BBCU)

Hafiz Sujad didn’t have a great month in Thailand, as his side suffered two consecutive defeats in the league.

BBCU did beat Kasetsart subsequently but it came at a price as the left-back injured his knee and was forced to take a two-week break, missing out on the last two games of March.

Hafiz was also pulled out from the Singapore squad that played against Afghanistan and Bahrain.

Safuwan Baharudin (PDRM)


Safuwan only played one game for PDRM in March. Photo: PDRM

It has been been a rather quiet month for him in Malaysia due to the international break and FA Cup, a tournament PDRM were knocked out from before Safuwan returned from injury in February.

The Cops skipper played in the team's only match in March when they held Johor Darul Ta'zim II to a 1-1 draw, a result that did neither team any favours.

Fifth-placed PDRM are nine points behind leaders Negri Sembilan while JDT are a point further back at sixth.

However, Safuwan played in two games for Singapore during the international break and helped the Lions gain a credible point against Bahrain.

Main Photo: BBCU