June 23, 2022
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Nadi is always unpredictable: Khan

Tailevu Naitasiri Coach Nigel Khan has tagged Nadi as ‘an unpredictable team’ ahead of their Round 10 clash of the Digicel Premier League on Sunday.
Khan said they have experienced playing a fast and physical Nadi outfit and are not expecting any less performance from  the Jetsetters again this week.
"Nadi is always a good team to play against. They have good team players and coaches."
"They are very unpredictable sometimes they play well and sometimes they don't play as well but looking at the big picture in the Fiji FACT they started off well but it wasn't that good for them."
"But in the League they have actually done well."
"In the League they've been consistent in the last five games and have picked up very well."
"So they will not be an easy side." 
"We are expecting a blasting performance from Nadi," he said.
Khan also mentioned that their biggest challenge has been ground unavailability and bad weather conditions.
"We rested for three weeks."
"Some players sustained injuries and are still carrying them while some carried injuries from the recent religious tournament."
"Coming into the next nine rounds, it's very crucial for Naitasiri because we have to try hard to keep our place in the league."
"We are in the bottom but we have been training well so that we can recover points we lost in the first nine rounds."
"The problem is ground conditions, we are not training every day, and we couldn't get ground availability in Nausori every day."
But yeah, players are looking forward to this game," he explained. 
T/Naitasiri will host A1 Builders Nadi at 3pm at Nausori’s Ratu Cakobau Park.
By Romeka Romena  

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