Wardun during a training session
|Full name||Muhammad Wardun bin Haji Mohamad Yussof|
|Date of birth||14 September 1981|
|Place of birth||Brunei|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|2010–2011||→ Majra FC (loan)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 14 April 2015.
Wardun was sent on loan to Majra FC in 2010 as Brunei (and in extension DPMM) served a two-year FIFA ban. He became the team captain in that period and even converted a penalty in the semi-final of the 2011 Brunei League Cup. He went on to win the final.
Returning to the S.League with his parent club in 2012, Wardun became the undisputed number one ever since. He did not miss a game in the 2015 season when DPMM finally clinched the S.League title after coming close twice.
Wardun made his first start for Brunei in the 2002 World Cup qualifying round for Asia, in a 0-1 loss against Yemen. He was substituted before Yemen's goal was scored, earning him a clean sheet on his debut. He then made 3 more appearances in 2001.
Wardun's next tournament was the 2008 Suzuki Cup qualifying when the whole Brunei team was represented by his club, DPMM FC. He has then shared national team goalkeeping duties with his club understudy, Azman Ilham Noor.
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- Brunei League Cup: 2011
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