Hassan unclear about future in Thailand
Army still had a fighting chance of beating the drop to Division 1 with three games to go.
But the passing of Thailand King Bhumibol Adulyadej led to all domestic football activites being halted.
As such, Army, who were 16th in the 18-team Thai Premier League, were unable to make a last-gasp escape from the relegation zone.
However, Singapore custodian Hassan was still committed to the club and he asserted that he was ready to play in Division 1, should that be what Army want.
“I just need to perform well, no matter where I play,” Hassun told FourFourTwo Thailand.
“I’m left with another year with Army United, but I don’t know. We will see if the club still needs me next year.”
“To be honest, we didn’t play well this year. We lost many points especially in the second half of the season, but we still had three games.
“I thought that in the three games, things could have been very different for us, because we wanted to stay in the TPL (Thai Premier League) next year.”
“But FAT (Football Association of Thailand) decided to stop. Nothing we can do about it.”
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