NSL: Support Properly

Despite some problems with spectators and supporters at Sir Ignatius Kilage Stadium last weekend, NSL Board chairman Issac Lupari was confident this would not be repeated this weekend for the semi-finals.
The first semi-final sees Lae face Oro while in the main game, Hekari take on Gigira. After sighting the incident report the board decided to still use Lae as the finals host.
NSL Business Development Manager Chris Brown said his management and NSL board would like to see Lae host the finals but it was really up to the supporters and the soccer fraternity to behave or face sanctions or other penalties.
Lupari said Lae was fortunate that the capital’s venues were undergoing construction and not available for use.
He said therefore the board was putting its trust in Lae would be a good host.
“The general public and soccer fraternity in Lae should appreciate this gesture by showing respect to the visiting teams, if this does not happen, the board will move the grand final back to Port Moresby and Lae team will have foot its own costs to play here,” Lupari said.

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