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Full name  Hassan Sani
1977–1984  Sabah FA
Place of birth  Labuan, Malaysia
Name  Hassan Sani

1974–1976  Sabah FA
Role  Football player
Years  Team
Playing position  Forward
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Date of birth  (1958-08-31) 31 August 1958 (age 57)

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Hassan Sani (born 31 August 1958) was a former Malaysian football player. He played for Sabah FA in the semi-pro league and Malaysia Cup in the late 1970s and in the 1980s.


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Hassan start representing Malaysia in youth competition from 1977–1978. He brought into the senior team in 1978 by Karl Heinz Weigang.

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He is remembered as a member of the potent strike force comprising the likes of Mokhtar Dahari and James Wong (another player from Sabah). He was called lipas kudung because of his agility.

He was a member of the Malaysia squad that qualified for the 1980 Olympics Moscow after defeating South Korea in 1980 Asian Olympic Qualifying Tournaments. Unfortunately, Malaysia did not go as it joined the US-led boycott against Soviet Union for the invasion of Afghanistan.

In 1996, Hassan join Malaysia national beach soccer team. He played in the Beach Soccer World Cup 1999 as well.

He is of Banjar descent and relatives to Jalaluddin Hassan and Musa Hassan.

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  • Runners up Malaysia League 1979 Tournament
  • Winners Pestabola Merdeka 1979, 1986
  • References

    Hassan Sani Wikipedia