Coach satisfied with team’s preparations

first_imgSoccer Madang-based National Soccer League football club Tusbab Stallions have started training last week, and are slowly picking up their preparations for the probable resumption of competition next month. “A month is good enough to prepare for competition. However, I need the players to pick up training quick, especially when we did not have any training since the shutdown,” coach Rachel Wadunah said. She added that it’s quite hard to get the players back into their rhythm but she’s hoping that by this week the team should be into full tempo. The club has an additional five new players in the side. They are Godfred Karambi and William Kasuray who will play in the backs position, Joshua Wadunah (wing), Oswald Bade (winger) and Fernando Kuliau (striker) who is a grade 11 student at Megiar High School, north coast of Madang province. Although there have not been any active football activities in Madang for almost a month, the team is more likely to pick itself up and get into full training this week. “When there is no football, it is really boring. It is exciting and I am looking forward to resuming to competition,” Wadunah said. She encourages Tusbab Stallion players to set goals and work towards achieving them. “Be the best at everything on and off the field,” she said.last_img

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