IKHSAN WANTS TO MAKE HIS NAME
The Straits Times|January 23, 2022
Lions striker has hit the ground running in Thailand, with 3 goals in his first 4 games
David Lee

Striker Ikhsan Fandi has made an instant impact at his new club BG Pathum United with three goals in four games for the Thai football champions.

In an interview with the club’s media, the 22-year-old Singaporean declared: “I want to make a name for myself in the Thai league, show what I am capable of and show I can fight among the best in the region, even with the foreigners, and score as many goals as possible to support the team.”

BG Pathum had wanted to shore up their attacking options and Ikhsan needed more playing time, so he joined the Thai League 1 side on a 21/2-year contract from newly promoted Norwegian top-tier team FK Jerv last month.

“I have been in Norway for three years and I needed something fresh,” said Ikhsan.

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