June 22, 2022
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OFC loss not hindering Blues: Prasad

Lautoka head Coach Anginesh Prasad is confident they will perform better in the remaining Rounds of the Digicel Premier League despite their losses against Rewa in the OFC Champions League playoff.
Prasad admits the side needs to improve their fitness and will bounce back stronger in the league to defend their title. 
"It was a loss. Not the results we expected but I am confident that the team will come stronger."
"I think Rewa really tested our fitness and we did not have the right fitness which is why we lost."
"Well, it was a loss and we have taken that as a lesson and that does not hinder us from going forward into the league."
"But we have a few days left before we face Suva and we know that is a different test."
"It will demand a whole different level of football from us and the boys have responded well to the training."
"Our focus shifts to the remaining rounds of the league and the two major tournaments to have in hand."
"The team is really focused on the commencement of league and they are aware of the danger that Suva poses but we will give our best," he added. 
Lautoka will host Fiji FACT champs Suva at 3 pm at Churchill Park on Sunday. 
By Romeka Romena  

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