June 23, 2022
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Girls are showing a lot of commitment: Cole

Digicel national women’s Head Coach Lisa Cole is happy with the level of commitment shown by the players in the national camp.
 
Cole said the players have improved a lot in their discipline and football and will need to continue working collectively as a team.
 
“I've been here since January assessing the girls and they're in good spirits.”
 
“They've risen to the demands of the game now.”
 
“We just need opportunities to show and play and I think we're in a good place.”
 
“I think the key will be our players committed to enjoying the process.”
 
“And continuing to play individually and then collectively the biggest problem is just not talent, but it's our fitness and our commitment to doing our job,” she said.
 
She further added that every player is giving their best for a selection in the final squad next week.
 
“Yeah, I mean, the big thing is just the overall commitment to understanding their role within the team and understanding how they're going to work together.”
 
“I think we have a lot of good individual players in Fiji but putting it together where we play in partnership with each other has been a key focus for this camp.”
 
“So that we are getting the best out of each other and people are individually doing things but we're doing things collectively”
 
The World Cup Qualifiers will be played at the ANZ Stadium in Suva next month.
 
By Romeka Romena  


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