Chua hopes for consistency

February 13, 2024 6:34 am

The Fiji Kulas aren’t resting on their laurels after their victory over Pacific Games gold medallists Papua New Guinea in the Olympics qualifier over the weekend.

Fiji defeated PNG 4-3 but has another match that will determine where they’ll stand at the end of the competition.

Coach Angeline Chua stresses consistency, acknowledging her team’s potential while questioning if they’ll deliver.

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“I think the main thing is being consistent, so you know we have a good performance but can we, you know? Keep repeating this good performance on the field? Like in terms of pressing, kicking of the ball and the communication the team needs.”

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She adds they are moving past the Pacific Games, setting their sights on what’s ahead.

“The Pacific Games is history, it’s over! So we are looking at this as a fresh game. We are still approaching the game very cautiously but we are in a good position to be in the top of the group.”

The Kulas faces Solomon Islands at 10am today in their final Group A match in Samoa.