August 08, 2022
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Rahim is improving in every game: Nand

Nadroga Coach Joseph Nand says Fiji U19 striker Zoheb Rahim keeps improving in every game.
Nand made this comment after the youngster scored a goal and set up another for the stallions in their 2-0 victory against bottom placed Nasinu in Round 16 of the Digicel Premier League at the HFC Bank Stadium in Suva yesterday.
The Member of Parliament said Rahim is an inspiration to the other young players in the team and is always determined to give his best.
"I think Zoheb needed more game time and we have given him that."
"He has shown us what he is capable of and I think he did that again today."
"He improves every game he plays either from the starting 11 or given a chance from the bench but he is always giving his best."
"Fiji FACT really opened his scoring capabilities because he was on his own and we did not have to tell him what to do."
"I think as a young player like him, he learns from the senior players and is always in his good form."
"What I see in him is a natural striker who knows when and how to score."
"Never goes around with the ball alone, always aware of the situation and tries to reach the goal mouth."
"He has improved a lot in many ways and I think that’s a good thing to see in a footballer."
"After the tournament, the games he played showed his level of improvement because he is always eager to make it in the team," Nand said. 
Meanwhile, the Safe Logistics Nadroga will be on a bye this week as the side was scheduled to play Rewa who are currently featuring in the OFC in New Zealand.
By Romeka Romena   

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