From three friendlies, Selangor 2 have recorded two defeats and one win; a 2-0 defeat to UiTM FC, a 2-1 defeat to PJ City and a 3-2 win over Pahang.
Selangor 2 head coach Michael Feichtenbeiner is pleased with his charges’ recent performances, despite the results.
The German trainer, who is also his club’s technical director, was only observing the progress shown by the reserve team.
“So far I’m satisfied with what my team has done in the three friendlies because the players have shown improvements, especially in the win against Pahang. It was a match against a tough Super League outfit, which was a good challenge for the boys before the league resumes.
“What they’ve done in training, including the individual training at home [during lockdown] has been translated well on the pitch, and we are ready to return to action,” he told the Malaysian Football League (MFL).
Now their attention turns towards another friendly encounter against a first tier side, Terengganu FC, on Friday, August 14.
“Winning against more experienced sides has not been easy for my young players. I just want them to make sure that they maintain their form, while avoiding injury ahead of the league resumption.
“We’re taking one match at a time to ensure the best preparations, and I did not make any changes yesterday (against Pahang) because I want the other players to concentrate on Terengganu,” added Feichtenbeiner.