Shariff Abdul Samat move to ISL side Persibo Bojonegoro is off.
The Indonesian club have not registered the Singaporean for the upcoming ISL season, according to a report from Goal.com (translated from Indonesian)
But, the 26-year-old should count himself lucky as it appear from the report the club have financial constraint and can only registered 23 players despite ISL rules allowing 30 players to be registered.
In addition, the Indonesian club who won promotion to ISL by winning the Indonesian Premier League (Indonesian lower Division) is reportedly yet to be paid that prize money by PSSI according to an earlier Goal.com report.
So the club may experienced money problem sooner rather than later.
It does not change the fact Shariff have no future at Home United so he need to continue to look for a club.
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