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Seveners United.Photo: PVFA

Seveners United defeated Naka 1-0  and secured second place in the Port-Vila first division league yesterday afternoon at the Port-Vila Municipal Stadium.

Seveners scored their first goal earlier in the first 3 minutes of the game. Seveners United coach Sowany Matou was disappointed on his boys performances despite the win.

“Today our game is not as good as we expected, it happens that we score in the first very minutes of the match and it is the only goal we scored during the match. I have introduced two new players two my first eleven and I also change some positions and I think this is the reason why we did a poor game today.

Mr Sowia explained that their component Naka has a different style of game and they like playing high balls as Naka players are taller than Seveners players and they have the advantage to win all the high ball. Seveners coach encourage his team to play a tiki-taka passes and down ball.

The seveners tiki-taka at the first 45 minutes allows them to score earlier. After the goal, they lost the consistency of their game and let Naka controlling the match until the end of the first half.

Naka is a new team in the first division and they still continue to discover the championship and they also manage to secure the fifth position in the first division league which is a big achievement for a new comer.

Naka young coach Tom Robert knew the capacity of their component as a premier league experience team.

“Seveners is a long time premier league team and today they relegated to the first division but they still remained their consistency of their game. For today’s match we are expecting a draw unfortunately, we failed and they win. Our next match it is between AS JISE and we will do our best to win it as we always do”, he said.

 

Seveners United defeated Naka 1-0  and secured second place in the Port-Vila first division league yesterday at the Port-Vila Municipal Stadium.

Seveners scored their first goal earlier in the first 3 minutes of the game. Seveners United coach Sowany Matou is quiet disappointed on his boys performances despite their win.

“Today our game is not as good as we expected, it happens that we score in the first very minutes of the match and it is the only goal we scored during the match. I have introduced two new players two my first eleven and I also change some positions and I think this is the reason why we did a poor game today."

Mr Sowia explained that their component Naka has a different style of game and they like playing high balls as Naka players are taller than Seveners players and they have the advantage to win all the high ball. Seveners coach encourage his team to play a tiki-taka passes and down ball.

The seveners tiki-taka at the first 45 minutes allows them to score earlier. After the goal, they lost the consistency of their game and let Naka controlling the match until the end of the first half.

Naka is a new team in the first division and they still continue to discover the championship and they also manage to secure the fifth position in the first division league which is a big achievement for a new comer.

Naka young coach Tom Robert knew the capacity of their component as a premier league experience team.

“Seveners is a long time premier league team and today they relegated to the first division but they still remained their consistency of their game. For today’s match we are expecting a draw unfortunately, we failed and they win. Our next match it is between AS JISE and we will do our best to win it as we always do”, he said.

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