9 January 2018
When the Singapore national team next convenes ahead of its first match of 2018, there will be plenty of catching up to do amongst teammates. In fact, head coach V. Sundramoorthy could very well field a starting 11 made up entirely of players who are now based overseas...
15 December 2017
With Izwan Mahbud recently sealing a move to Thai side Nongbua Pitchaya, FFT takes a look at 10 others who tried their luck in foreign lands in the first of a three part series... 
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6 June 2017
There was no news on Hafiz’s end in Thailand, but in Malaysia, Sahil Suhaimi joined Sarawak while Safuwan Baharudin can’t stop scoring...
31 May 2017
Sahil Suhaimi has joined Safuwan Baharudin in the Malaysia Super League, but there are definitely other Singaporeans who can also cut it across the Causeway. FFT's Singapore and Malaysia editors came together to discuss which club could use these players’ services... 
8 May 2017
Only two Singaporeans are still playing on foreign lands, but that number could soon dwindle down... 
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28 April 2017
Singapore international Hafiz Sujad’s immediate playing future is unknown after his Thai League 2 club BBCU made a shock announcement it would be pulling out of the domestic competition.
7 April 2017
 Singapore’s only two overseas representatives did not have much to talk about in March, due to injury and a lack of games... 
9 March 2017
He's not in the top league in Thailand, nor is he getting paid much more than he was back home, but Hafiz is determined to make the most of his opportunity in Thai League 2 as he told FourFourTwo in an in-depth interview...
7 March 2017
Instead of the five that played overseas last year, Singapore only has three representatives plying their trade on foreign soil this year. FourFourTwo tracks their monthly progress... 
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10 January 2017
Hafiz Sujad will become the second Singaporean in recent years to play in Thailand after signing with League 2 side BBCU.

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