Singaporeans Abroad: Safuwan still scoring, Sahil joins him

There was no news on Hafiz’s end in Thailand, but in Malaysia, Sahil Suhaimi joined Sarawak while Safuwan Baharudin can’t stop scoring...

Safuwan Baharudin (PDRM FA)

PDRM had a mixed month after recording one win and a loss in their two matches, but Safuwan did well in those matches as he continued to be an important figure for them.

First, he almost inspired a comeback in the defeat to UiTM, scoring PDRM's third goal to reduce the deficit to one goal in the 65th minute. The Cops, however, could not find another goal as they lost 4-3.

Safuwan followed that up by bagging a brace in PDRM's 4-1 win over PKNP before the mid-season break to establish their challenge for a top-half finish.

PDRM are currently in seventh but are level on 20 points with sixth-placed JDT II and one adrift of UiTM.

Sahil Suhaimi (Sarawak FA)

The Singapore international made his move to East Malaysia in May and obtained his international transfer certificate (ITC) just in time to make his debut for Sarawak on May 24.

The forward partnered Mateo Roskam and although neither got on the scoresheet as the night ended in a scoreless affair, there were encouraging signs that the new signing and Roskam could form a good understanding.

Sahil left Tampines for Sarawak. Photo: Sarawak

Hafiz Sujad (BBCU)

As it stands, BBCU have confirmed they will not be participating in any fixtures for the foreseeable future.

All players, including Hafiz, are allowed to seek for greener pastures. Hafiz told FourFourTwo Thailand he was still hoping to stay in Thailand if possible but nothing concrete has emerged yet.

The Singapore international has since returned to Singapore and is training with the Lions in preparation for the upcoming matches against Myanmar, Taiwan and Argentina.

S.League club Home United are believed to have held talks with Hafiz but they are still in the preliminary stages.

Hafiz is on the lookout for a new club. Photo: Weixiang Lim/FFT

Main photo: PDRM