April 25, 2021
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Navua works on ironing out errors

After beating Ba and holding Nadi in recent Digicel Premier League matches, Navua is looking to maintain its good form and Coach Amit Prakash says they are working on ironing out the simple mistakes.

Prakash said the determination of the players got them positive results that they had been waiting patiently for.

“The boys have been giving a good performance in the last two games and we had a good game plan which the boys took advantage of. We knew that Ba and Nadi would come firing and we did not take them lightly. We took time in the game and read their game and from there the boys got the tip and we scored.”

“Yes, as always there are some things in the team that need to be sharpened and I believe that it’s just the simple and little mistakes that need cleaning. The team is in good shape but just some dusting away of the errors and fouls.”

“One of the best ways of eradicating these mistakes is by training on the weak part of and that’s how we can progress in the team. It’s not always about paying more attention on our good side and the things we are best at but we have to see the things that need improvement.”

Prakash said the side will have to start early preparation before the bottom of the table clash against Nadroga.

“Navua fought hard and survived last year and we will be playing against Nadroga who is bottom of the table. They are just a few points away and would want to beat us but we will leave no room for mistakes. The boys know very well and have the experience of playing against a team that comes from senior and bring a lot of change in their game plan.”

“Our focus is on doing our best and preparing really well against Nadroga. We won’t underestimate them and won’t take them lightly at the same time. The two sides met before and as players change teams also change so we have to stick to our game plan and work accordingly,” he explained.

By Romeka Romena 

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