August 07, 2022
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Discipline still a concern for Nadroga

Nadroga Coach Joseph Nand says the side needs to improve on their discipline ahead of their remaining matches in the Digicel Premier League.
 
Despite beating Nasinu 2-0 in Round 16 and confirming a safe zone in next year's competition, Nand said discipline is important and they cannot afford to get cards and lose their cool on the field.
 
He said the players got too excited in the match and lost their focus which deterred their discipline today.
 
Nand said earning the three points was crucial for them and is confident the team will continue with their good discipline in the next match.
 
"Nasinu was a good team but we wanted to continue from the winning game we played last week.
 
"Coming to this match, our aim was to continue with our winning form and the boys did well today."
 
"I think we got too excited after the two goals."
 
"Discipline was not there today."
 
"We started to go out of the game plan and when we did Nasinu started to attack us but luckily the players were reminded that we came for three points."
 
"Again discipline is what we really need to work on because we are still in a tough zone."
 
"We want to improve our ranking and that can only happen if we have the right and good discipline."
 
"The boys are fantastic just that they get too excited and go off the track so that’s where discipline matters," he explained.
 
By Romeka Romena  


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