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Wijaya FC

Wijaya FC
Full name Wijaya FC
Founded 2000 (2000)
Ground Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Stadium
Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei
Ground Capacity 30,000
League DST Brunei Premier League

Wijaya FC, is a Azmi Hamzah and Jamrin Johari. Experienced but still reliable star players such as national hero Suni Mat Jerah and Shah Rimin are still holding their role are the team's back bone. Wijaya FC is also famous on providing very talented players such as Mohd Wardun Yussof (Current DPMM FC GK) and also Haji Muhd Subhi Abdillah Haji Bakir (Current DPMM FC MF). With young players coming in, the club has a big potential on challenging the title of the new Brunei Premier League 07/08.

They have their training at the Ong Sum Ping field. Currently they are training at the Nursing college field, which they are sharing with the National Sports school.

Achievements

2003
2002
2003

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Arulyananapagusm Maharaja
2 DF Abdul Hafiz Haji Awang Ahmad
3 DF Saiful Azmi Hj Zaini
5 DF Zulkefly Duraman
6 MF Imran Ahmad
7 MF Masuri Hayat
9 FW Azmi Hamzah
10 FW Marhazif Ahmad
11 FW Mohammad Aliff Haji Zulkifli
No. Position Player
12 DF Shahronie
13 DF Sufri Kitang
18 FW Suni Mat Jerah
19 MF Jamrin Hj Johari
20 MF Awangku Mohd Aleshahfezan Pg Metali
21 FW Michael Ryan
23 FW Mohammad Aliff Haji Zulkifli
27 FW Adi Said
35 MF Michal Kubala


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