The nine are Umar Hakeem Suhar Rezwan, Shafi Azswad Sapari, Faiz Amer Runnizar, Fahmi Daniel Mohd Zaaim, Azhad Harraz Arman, Nur Azfar Fikri Azhar, Syed Nasrulhaw Syed Bidin, T.
They currently compete in Malaysia's top division professional football league, the Malaysia Super League.
They were relegated to the second division and could not get past the group stages of the Malaysia Cup.
At the end of the season, Sabah finished as runners-up behind Singapore and became the highest scoring team with 49 goals in 12 games, which is an average of 3 goals per game.
But as the seasons passing by, Sabah lose mostly of their matches during the second half of the season.