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3-Year Plan In Place: Yusuf

Fiji Football Association chief executive officer Mohammed Yusuf said the new possession-retention game plan requires more time for the players to adapt to before it could produce results. “It is
22 Dec 2017 10:00
3-Year Plan In Place: Yusuf
Mohammed Yusuf

Fiji Football Association chief executive officer Mohammed Yusuf said the new possession-retention game plan requires more time for the players to adapt to before it could produce results.

“It is not providing us with instant results but in the long-term when the new philosophy settles in at all age-group levels, then we will see Fiji FA’s current vision starting to pay dividends in 2019, 2020 and 2021,”Yusuf said.

This was part of the three-year development plan teaching and instilling the new philosophy at the grassroot and youth levels.

“We will continue doing that in terms of getting players exposed to playing in high-level competitions and good football.”

The Vodafone national team played 12 times this year, winning four, drawing four and losing four games.

Yusuf was pleased with their record given the fact they had just implemented their new plan.

“We are at the start of our new phase and at the moment we are trying to teach it to our players and they are making mistakes.

“But once they have totally adapted to this new concept then the results will start coming,” he added.

Edited by Osea Bola

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