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Sabah's prolific striker Rozaimi Abdul Rahman could well have played his final game with Sabah as he is close in joining Super League side Sarawak.
Rozaimi, who is also known as Amy, used to play for Sarawak in 2010, and he could return to lead the line for Robert Alberts side once again next year.
Quoting from Sinar Harian, a source reported that “the news is not a surprise because Amy used to play for Sarawak. What’s for sure is that he will leave Sabah this year.”
The sources also claimed that there will be several players in current the Sabah squad who will be dropped and not be offered new contracts, and must start looking for a new club to play for.
“Losing Amy will be a huge loss to Sabah. Not just him, there are quality players that will be dropped and their contract will not be renewed by the club,” claimed the source.
Amy is a proven natural goal scorer, and one of his best achievements was helping Selangor to the semi-finals of the Malaysia Cup back in 2012.
The former Harimau Muda A striker also played a crucial role in Ong Kim Swee’s squad, becoming their top scorer when the team competed in the Merdeka competition in Kuantan last year.