He was responding to reports some of those in the Bonito squad left camp on the night before they played Tahiti in the semi-finals.
Tahiti beat Bonitos 1-0.
Local internet discussion groups named striker James Naka as one of the players who went out that night and got drunk.
Moli confirmed they released the players the day before the semi-finals.
“We released the players not to go out and do anything silly but to see their families,” Moli says.
He explained when they released the players, they were expected to behave and keep within the camp rules.
“After all, they were still in camp. Any player that went out and got drunk demonstrates a selfish attitude.
“Players caught doing that will face the disciplinary committee,” Moli said.
By Bradford Theonomi
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