June 09, 2022
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Back to the drawing board for Nadi

Nadi Coach Kamal Swamy says they will have to map out  new strategies to do well in the Digicel Premier League after bombing out of group stage competition at the Fiji FACT.
 
Swamy said they did not do well in group matches as the side did not execute its game plan well on time.
 
"It was a good start but somewhere we lost our playing consistency."
 
"The boys had teamwork and gave a good performance but they lacked at executing the game plan."
 
"And that's where we just failed. So for Nadi I think we are just going back to the drawing board and going to get started with our game plan and see why we could not put in the games."
 
He also added the jetsetters will have to iron out the mistakes in the forwards and defence.  
 
"Sometimes the players just rushed into the match and in excitement, they forgot to finish well."
 
"We had a good midfield but our finishing was poor and so was our backline too."
 
"The boys had the fitness and mental preparedness in them but if we don't score we don't win and that's the basic rule in football."
 
"We got our midfield right but our striking force fell short and when opponents counter us, we could not defend them."
 
"So we are going to come back. The players are in the recovery phase and we will come up with a solid game plan," he explained.
 
The A1 Builders sponsored Nadi is fifth in the DPL standing with 13 points after 4 wins, a draw and 4 losses.
 
By Romeka Romena 


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