July 21, 2021
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We are looking after players well: Ali

Nadroga President Mohammed Ali says he and his officials are doing all they can to provide assistance to all players during this pandemic.

Ali said the players have been assisted thoroughly since the COVID-19 outbreak in April.

He said the onus is now on the players to perform on the field when football activities resume as the officials have already provided them with a training guide and gear.

"I think the players need to wake up and see how they have been supported, especially during COVID-19 when everyone is affected."

"Players should be considerate and fortunate that they have been assisted by fans while we don't have many sponsors but we are going out of our way just to provide them with necessary assistance. "

"What we want to see is players training really hard because they have been provided with relevant gears and other materials. We are last in the table and we want the boys to improve their performance during the bottom of the table clash against Navua."

"We don't have any player movement and we are also not signing any player which means the team should be giving in their best. The boys are well aware of what they need to do and the areas they need to improve, " Ali added.

The bottom of the table clash between Nadroga and Navua will take place when sporting activities resume in Fiji.
 
By Romeka Romena 

 


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