Navua faces mammoth task |

The Navua Football Club players will have mammoth tasks in the remaining few Digicel Premier League fixtures.

Navua sits at the bottom of the point’s standings with only five points having recorded seven losses and only one win with two draws.

Last weekend their match against Labasa was postponed due to adverse weather conditions in the North.

Coach Amit Prakash says being at the bottom of the points table is not a good sign they need to prepare with more time given.

“We are happy that we have been given more time to prepare for our remaining matches to avoid relegation,” said Prakash

“The players will have to work harder now as the situation is not in our favor and to get the results needed,”

“There are some areas of concern we hope to work on ahead of preparations on our next Digicel Premier League match.

“Our players tend to lose focus at the crucial moments of the game causing errors and missed goals and we really have to work hard on this area,”said Prakash

“Our boys are looking focus in the second half and we are really working hard on that one and decision making is another area of concern for us and goal-scoring, we need to thoroughly work hard in that area because we are missing some good goals”

Prakash says they have very little time to redeem themselves out of last place on the standings.

Navua is scheduled to play Nadi this weekend in Round 13 of the competition.

Fiji FA will make an announcement later this week to determine the venues and date for the postponed matches.

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