KUALA LUMPUR – Twenty-four players from the Frenz United Football Club (FUFC) will get an opportunity to train and play with top English Premier League clubs in England for two weeks as part of preparations for the 2015 Frenz International Cup.
FUFC Technical advisor cum manager and head coach Steve McMahon said the stint would help improve the capabilities of the players and gauge the level of preparedness for the Frenz International Cup.
“The team has been playing club and country teams in Asia so FUFC players will be able to learn and train high performance skills when training with the coaching team in Liverpool FC.
“The experience will be priceless,” he said in a statement issued by FUFC Monday.
The statement said during the two-week stint, Frenz United will be playing three friendly matches against Under-17 teams from Manchester City FC (Oct 14), Blackburn Rovers FC (Oct 16) and Liverpool FC (Oct 21).
The Frenz United team will be in the United Kingdom from Oct 12 to 24.
Frenz United Football Academy sits on 12 acres of private land in Janda Baik, Pahang while the Academy is dedicated to developing the best football players for the country. – Bernama