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Discipline Key: Hughes

  Namosi will need to maintain discipline if they want to secure a final spot in the Skipper Cup competition. Namosi face RC Manubhai Suva in the first semifinal on
26 Jul 2016 10:19
Discipline Key: Hughes
Namosi coach Max Hughes.

 

Namosi will need to maintain discipline if they want to secure a final spot in the Skipper Cup competition.

Namosi face RC Manubhai Suva in the first semifinal on Friday at 7:30pm at the ANZ Stadium, Suva.

Coach Max Hughes said discipline had been a problem for the team but the boys would need to keep their cool.

“In our previous games, especially last week we had two yellow cards. The guys tend to lose concentration and they get a little rough,” Hughes said.

“That is one area that we’ve to work on, to keep our discipline and keep our composure, have patience and stick to the game plan.

“A lot rides on our discipline on the field, we can’t afford to make simple mistakes.”

Hughes is proud of how the new players who have stepped up over the last couple of weeks.

“I am very confident that these boys can deliver. Most of our players from last year have left for other clubs or gone overseas.”

Since Namosi joined the major unions four years ago, they have been in every semifinal.

Edited by Osea Bola

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