BY LESLEY FOINAGWA
SOLOMON Islands Football Federation (SIFF) Technical Director Moses
This March’s edition will see three teams (Tahiti, Fiji and Solomon Islands) competing in friendlies before heading to the OFC Nations Cup 2020 tournament scheduled to take place in Auckland, New Zealand between 6 and 20 June.
The SIFF Technical Director warned the young members of the men’s senior national provisional team at the recent press conference held at the SIFF Academy in Honiara.
“SIFF will continue to enforce strict disciplinary measures on ill-discipline players; may I warned all players not to involve in any form of alcohol-related activities during the scheduled training camp and upcoming international competitions.
“It is very important for all players to must adhere to the SIFF’s ethical standards or code of conduct; players must learn to put the best interests of the team first and obey
Four experienced players of the Solomon Islands national team Benjamin Totori, Joses Nawo, Michael Boso and Dennis Ifunaoa have recently been suspended by the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) from the national team for disciplinary reasons.
He said ill-discipline players will be terminated and replaced from the men’s senior national provisional team list if disciplinary measures are breached.
“The team disciplinary rules are now been enforced by SIFF and individual players must be committed to respect and obey it.
“Now players should be proud of their privilege to be selected to join the men’s senior national provisional team and be able to represent the country in international football competitions.
“Players in the national training team must remember that disciplinary rules are a form of guidelines set for them to follow at all times,” the SIFF) Technical Director Moses Toata added.