| Fadhil Yunus |
DPMM FC head coach Rene Weber expressed his satisfaction with his charges’ performances during the 6-2 win against Geylang International FC in the Singapore Premier League at the Bedok Stadium in Singapore on Sunday.
The ‘Gegar Gegar’ men’s fourth win of the season catapulted them to the top four which puts an end to a three-game winless run.
“I’m happy that we returned to how we played (earlier in the season), playing the ball and changing sides,” Weber said in a post-match interview with the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) website.
He also lauded the role of Iranian forward Mojtaba Mollasaraei in his return from injury but stopped short to credit the entire team.
“Mojtaba came back and helped the team a lot, but I don’t like to talk about one player; the whole team played well.”
The Brazilian also acknowledged the professionalism of goalkeeper Wardun Yussof who has stepped in the absence of the suspended Haimie Anak Nyaring.
“Wardun played fine and he wasn’t guilty for the two goals; he’s a good professional who supports the team (even when he’s not playing) and helps 20-year old (first-choice goalkeeper) Haimie (Nyaring).
“My target is still top four. I’m just here for five months. If I’m here longer, maybe I can target higher,” he said.