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Maintain high discipline during MCO Juniors told

29th March, 2020

By FRANCIS XAVIER

KOTA KINABALU: Tambadau Juniors have been told to maintain high discipline during the ongoing Movement Control Order (MCO) period that has been extended to April 14.

Team manager, Datuk Juil Nuatim also reminded them to be responsible and limit their movements and not to travel within the state unnecessarily.

“It is important for them to follow the guidelines issued by the Government which is to stay at home.

“I also want to see them try to stay fit by doing training and following the training programme provided by our head coach (Justin Ganai).

“We are still in the dark when the league will resume and for that reason, it is important for them to maintain their fitness level,” said Juil, before revealing that the team broke camp, following the MCO that was imposed since March 18.

For the record, following the MCO, all teams competing in the Malaysian League (M-League) have been instructed not to hold any training sessions or friendly matches by the FA of Malaysia, while the State Youth and Sports Ministry also issued an order that all sports facilities be closed during the MCO.

However, Juil said Justin has provided a training programme to the players as a guide for them to train on their own at home.

“We are keeping in touch with all the players to ask how they are doing,” said Juil, who is also the Sabah Football Association Deputy President.

Prior to the suspension of the League on March 16, Tambadau Juniors played four times, where they recorded a 1-0 victory over Melaka in the season opener in Likas, before losing 2-1 to Kuala Lumpur in their first away fixture.

They made a quick rebound by trouncing UKM FC 5-0 in their second home fixture, before squandering a two-goal lead after going down 3-2 to Selangor in their last home match on March 12.

   
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