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Indiscipline Letdown: Yusuf

Indiscipline Letdown: Yusuf
Team Wellington players celebrate their victory of the OFC Champions League over Vodafone Lautoka in the final at the Churchill Park in Lautoka on May 20, 2018. Photo: Waisea Nasokia
May 21
10:33 2018

Indiscipline is a major letdown in Lautoka’s campaign during the OFC Champions League, says Mohammed Yusuf.

The Fiji Football Association chief executive officer made the comment after Team Welling­ton grabbed the OFC Champions League trophy after overcoming Lautoka 10-3 on aggregate over two legs Churchill Park, Lautoka yes­terday.

“If they (Lautoka) lose playing football then I do not mind but indiscipline seems to spoil the game,” Yusuf said.

“Lautoka played well despite los­ing 3-4 but you can see the differ­ence between the two teams.”

He said they would be discussing new preparation plans for the fu­ture.

“We need to have stronger teams in the Champions League.

“In the next board meetings we will discuss the way forward for our teams.”

He commended the efforts showed by the Lautoka coaching staff for preparing the team.

“Fiji Football supported them by providing the national coach to help out.”

Edited by Osea Bola

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