October 06, 2022
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Radrigai needs more game time, says Khan

Suva Coach Babs Khan says midfielder Dave Radrigai needs more game time to regain his lost form.
 
Khan said Radrigai has returned to football after seven months and will need to work extra harder in the next few games.
 
"I think he was good but he needs more game time."
 
"Any player coming back after some time on the field, it’s a bit difficult to get in the game." 
 
"But there's always room for improvement."
 
"I’m sure a few more games will see him back in his usual football."
 
"He has been training with the team but training and playing are two different things."
 
"He has the fitness, it's just the game."
 
"I believe in him and I’m confident he will give a different performance in the remaining games." 
 
Rams Cleaning Services/AFL Suva will take on Safe Logistics Nadroga at 3 pm at the HFC Back Stadium in Suva today.
 
By Romeka Romena  


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