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Labasa Coach Urges Players To Stay Active

The Labasa football coach Ravneel Pratap has challenged his players to make use of the 14-day break by keeping up with their fitness. Pratap said the players are required to
21 Apr 2021 13:54
Labasa Coach Urges Players To Stay Active
Labasa striker Apenisa Anare is challenged by Suva defender Joeli Ranitu during the Digicel Premier League clash at the ANZ Stadium, Suva, on April 18, 2021. Photo: Leon Lord.

The Labasa football coach Ravneel Pratap has challenged his players to make use of the 14-day break by keeping up with their fitness.

Pratap said the players are required to do their individual training during this period.

If they fail to do that, Pratap said, their skill and fitness level would go down.

“The players need to be actively involved,” he said.

Pratap said he has faith in his players to continue with the hard work they had put in over the past couple of weeks.

He is optimistic the players will maintain their momentum from previous games.

“We respect Government’s decision and Fiji Football’s advice because everyone’s safety and health is at risk,” Pratap added.

Dubbed the Babasiga Lions they have steadily climbed to third spot of the points table.

However, Pratap said the break would definitely have a bearing on the team’s performance as training and team bonding sessions would be cancelled.

Labasa head into the final round with a lot of determination because they are unbeaten and also hold the league’s best defensive record with no goals conceded.

They were scheduled to take on league ladders Lautoka in the next round of the Digicel Premiere League.

 

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