September 20, 2022
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Serritslev demands improvement

Digicel Bula Boys Head Coach Flemming Serritslev is demanding more from his players in the MSG Prime Minister's Cup in Vanuatu.
While he applauded  the side’s efforts in getting a 1-0 over New Caledonia on Saturday night, Serritslev said they they still need to tighten up in a few areas.
“We had a very bad first half and couldn’t get our combinations working, but strange enough it get better,” Serritslev said after the match.
Serritslev said he was surprised that the team played better football when reduced to 10 men.
“We combined better and we kept the ball on the ground.
Serritslev added it would be a work on going forward into the competition.
“I am happy with the win but I was not happy with the first half.”
By Noa Biudole

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