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Technical Bench advice

Mr. Takaro said it is time for each MA to help their coaches to achieve success in their career.
“Sometimes we have too many coaches on the bench shouting at their players during the match but the main coach should be the main person doing all the talking and helping his players.” Said Mr. Takaro.
“What we (Coaches) have learned from our courses is only one main coach give instructions to his players during a match and we should start practicing now in Vanuatu.”
“Port Vila Football Association is one of the strongest leagues in Oceania and it is about time we act professionally.” He said.
“Respect is aimed at helping us all, players, coaches, referees, spectators, to work together to change the negative attitudes and abusive behaviour on the side-lines and on the field of play.” Concluded Peter Takaro.
Advices from Port Vila Football Association
The two coaches of each clubs should shake their hands whatever the results to show fair play spirit after the game.
Coaches to speak with the media after the match and not just walk away from the media who always promoted football competition in Port Vila.
Clubs to provide same uniforms for their technical people on the bench so everybody looks good with their players and match officials.

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