July 11, 2022
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Nasinu aims to avoid relegation

Bottom placed Nasinu is aiming to avoid relegation by doing better in its remaining six matches of the Digicel Premier League.
Speaking after their Round 12 1-0 loss to Nadi on Sunday, Coach Shivam Nathan said six games are enough for them to bounce back and do better.
"Everyone is disappointed after the loss to Nadi as we had a lot of chances to score from the first half but I think we made some irrational decisions."
"Our aim is just to avoid relegation and that can only happen if we start winning games."
"It has become necessary for us to try and win our remaining DPL games."
"We have some points and also have a strong team because we held Nadi for 58 minutes but again our decisions hindered our performance."
"I think a lot has to improve because we can't be going at the same pace. We can't be slow while other teams are blasting ahead in the league standing," he explained. 
By Romeka Romena   

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