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Fuli wants 7s players to be disciplined in Vanuatu

Pravin Narain
Friday, December 01, 2017

FIJI Airways Fiji 7s assistant coach Saiasi Fuli wants his players to be disciplined when they compete at the 2017 Pacific Mini Games in Vanuatu next week.

Fuli has been coaching the players for the past couple of months.

"The players marched into camp on Tuesday and it is a big opportunity for them to play in such a competition and get exposed to high level competition," he said.

"They need to show they are capable of moving up to another level.

"It is all part of the plan for the long-term development work."

He said Fiji's threat would come from Tonga and Samoa with Fiji having Banuve Tabakaucoro and Uluiyata Batinisavu to add speed to the team.

"Some of the players joined this year and it is too early for them being selected in the final squad, so they need to maintain the standard and keep that discipline.

"They need to set the right attitude in the right environment."








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