Home United have sign Tampines Rovers defender Shariff Abdul Samat.
The 25-year-old had a stint with the Protectors back in 2005, when he was serving his NS, but only make 1 appearance for the club as the management wanted to ease the player back into football after the near-end to his football career during his time with Sembawang Rangers when he was handed out an eight-month ban by the Football Association of Singapore for throwing a punch at Geylang United player Peter Bennett in an S-League match.
He has played 95 times for Young Lions and Tampines Rovers in all competition since then and has impressed National coach Raddy sufficiently to be called up to the squad for every match since June 2007 although he has yet to play a single game for the national team.
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