October 07, 2021
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Serristlev confirms 14 for camp

National football head coach Flemming Serristlev has confirmed that 14 players have joined the national camp which began yesterday at the Ba Academy ground.   

Speaking to FijiLive, Serritslev said the camp will be a challenging one compared to the previous camps as they are not allowed to come into physical contact with players.

Serristlev said they are being monitored by the Ministry of Health Officials and players have been provided with safety measures.

“During this camp we just have 14 players.”

“We are focused on players’ fitness and strength and conditioning but the sad part is that we can’t come in physical contact with the players. That’s the guideline and measure told by the Health Ministry and we need to follow the protocols.”

“March is getting closer and we have been off the field for long for long so now we have a lot of in our basket. We will have to touch every training step in this camp and make sure that players return to their form ahead of the World Cup Qualifiers,” Flemming explained.

He also mentioned that national team reps from North will not be able to make it to the camp in Ba due to travel restrictions.

However, Flemming revealed that those players are being guided by his national assistant coach Sanaila Bera.

By Romeka Romena 


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