Razman Roslan wary of threat posed by Pahang

“Pahang is a dangerous team and we will not take them lightly, despite them sitting second from last in the Super League (MSL),” ex-Pahang captain Razman Roslan told his Selangor teammates when the two sides face at the Darul Makmur Stadium in Kuantan tomorrow.

Razman Roslan, who moved to Selangor this season alongside former Pahang players Khairul Azhan, Hafiz Kamal and R. Gopinathan, as well as head coach Zainal Abidin, is expected to not face any problem in collecting all three points regardless of playing away from home.

The defender, who won two Malaysian Cups and one FA Cup during his time in Kuantan, admitted that it would not be easy to bring down the hosts in front of their home crowd.

“Many people take Pahang for granted, but as an ex-player, I know where their strength lies.

“The Elephants signed many players, so it will be hard to assess their actual strength at the moment. In addition, there a few young players who have the quality to trouble us tomorrow.

“Their supporters are their biggest threat because they can boost the spirits of the players anytime during the game. We have to fully focus when we go to the field,” Razman Roslan said after his training session yesterday, as reported by Harian Metro.

A Selangor win will further cement their place at the top of the MSL, behind Felda United and Johor Darul Ta’azim (JDT), depending on the top two’s results during Matchday 3.

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