KUCHING, Jan 8 (Bernama) -- The blending of new and old players in Sarawak's football team is working out effectively despite their training sessions being affected by bad weather.
Assistant coach David Usop said the training stint in Indonesia as well as the two friendly matches against Sabah were fruitful in strengthening the team despite weaknesses in the frontline.
"However, chief coach Robert Alberts is working on building a stronger squad before the Super League begins," said David.
Sarawak will be playing their first Super League match this season against Armed Forces on Jan 18 with three new imported players and six new faces.
The imported players are former Portsmouth player from Hungary Gabor Gyepes, Alireza Abbasfard of Iran and Milorad Janjus of Serbia.....