S.League 2018 Transfer Round-Up: Who's in and Who's out?

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Home United

Of all the teams in the league, the side that has been hit hardest in its departures are coach Aidil Sharin’s Protectors. The loss of Stipe Plazibat, Faris Ramli, Adam Swandi and Hassan Sunny is could mean a difficult season for Home.

They have tried to soften that blow by bringing in speed in the form of Hafiz Nor, Faritz Hameed and Amy Recha while Shahril Ishak has made a sensational return to his former club.  The club has also filled its import quota early by retaining the services of Sirina Camara and Song Ui-young.

In: Hafiz Nor, Shahril Ishak (Warriors) Amy Recha, Faritz Hameed (Geylang), Shakir Hamzah, Fazli Ayob (Tampines), Faizal Roslan, Shahrin Saberin (Young Lions) , Kenji Syed, Mohammed Arshad, Iqram Rifqi (Prime League)

Out: Khairul Nizam, Shamil Sharif (Warriors), Hassan Sunny (Army United), Stipe Plazibat (Bangkok Glass),Faris Ramli (PKNS FC), Hariss Harun (JDT), Adam Swandi (Albirex Niigata Singapore), Afiq Yunos (Tampines Rovers), Sufianto Salleh (Balestier)

Retained: Izzdin Shafiq, Rudy Khairullah, Sirina Camara, Song Ui-young, Aqhari Abdullah, Abdil Qaiyyim, Jumaat Jantan, Christopher van Huizen, Eko Pradana Putra, Amiruldin Asraf, Luqman Ismail, Haziq Azman, Anumanthan Kumar

The Protectors' new signings. Photo: Home United