The Moshin’s Insulation Nadroga FC head coach Kamal Swamy expressed a positive reaction after a 1-1 draw against Nadi FC in the Digicel Premier League encounter at Prince Charles Park on Sunday.
Swamy said it was a positive sign for the Stallions to display possession football.
“It’s good to see Nadroga started to play possession football which is good.
“They used to lock down passes which is a very positive sign and they were created a lot of chances,” Swamy said after their match against Nadi.
He said Nadi also created chances and they needed to work on defensive tactics moving forward.
Swamy said their focus now shifts to their next opponent, the Unique Rubber Stamp Suva FC.
“We need to work on the final passes which should go at the right places and the runs and I think we will be fine.
“Suva is a very good side as they have been doing well.
“They also play possession football and it will be a tough match, so we will see how it goes.”