May 05, 2021
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Sanial and Solomon on track says Pratap

Vanuatu imports Alex Sanial and Azaria Solomon are adjusting well in the Suva football team environment, says association president Ritesh Pratap.

Pratap said the duo have been performing and gelling well in the team since their arrival in the country recently.

“Yes, both the players are coping well in the team and have been doing well so far. They have been given game time and we monitored their performance.”

“We saw the two players are also gelling with the other players in the team. They are also communicating with the boys and are aware of the game plan that we have set.”

“Since we are under COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown, Alex was here during this time last year and he is aware of the situation while Azaria is trying to adjust also. This is the first time for Azaria in such a situation but we have contacted the two players and got positive responses from them.”

“They are being looked after and have been provided with everything they need in such time. We have also informed them and the entire team players not to engage into anything that might lead them to something bad. We want players to stay safe and secure in such time,” Pratap added.

Defending champs will take on Ba in round seven clash of the Digicel Premier League on its resumption.

By Romeka Romena   

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