Singaporeans Abroad: Safuwan finds scoring touch, Hafiz left in limbo

Only two Singaporeans are still playing on foreign lands, but that number could soon dwindle down... 

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Safuwan Baharuddin (PDRM)

Having regained his match fitness after sitting out most of January and February due to injury, Safuwan seems to be back at his best.

Still played in a more attacking role, Safuwan scored two goals in April. His first strike came against a rejuvenated UiTM at the beginning of the month and he helped the Cops earn a 1-1 draw.

He again got on the scoresheet in the 3-1 win over Sabah on April 25. PDRM however, are still lagging behind in the race for promotion to the Malaysia Super League.

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Safuwan is clearly enjoying his football right now. Photo: PDRM

Hafiz Sujad (BBCU)

The future initially seemed bright for Hafuz when he first arrived in Thailand. He was not there to make up the numbers and was a regular for BBCU in the Thai League 2.

However, April proved to be a horrible month in his football career, as he was plagued by injury and saw minimal game time.

Things took a turn for the worse as the month came to a close, with BBCU making the shock announcement that they would be pulling out of all domestic competitions on April 28.

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Hafiz is hoping to continue his journey in Thailand. Photo: BBCU

There have been no official statement released by the club as yet but Hafiz revealed to FourFourTwo that he is still waiting to hear from Thailand’s Football Association.

“No, we haven’t heard anything from the club,” Hafiz recently told FourFourTwo Thailand.

“We are all still waiting for the final outcome from Thai FA to see if this is confirmed or not.

“We are now doing our own training and we really want to know what would happen next as we can then move on for other things.

“I can’t believe this is really going to happen in my first year here.”

Main Photo: PDRM