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Thirteen clubs affiliated with the Fiji National Rugby League have signed a petition calling on the current board directors to hold an urgent special general meeting. Dee Cees Nadera Panthers
26 Nov 2014 07:17
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Fiji National Rugby League board chairman Reverend Dr Immanuel Reuben (left), with operations manager Joeli Savou. Photo: Ronald Kumar

Thirteen clubs affiliated with the Fiji National Rugby League have signed a petition calling on the current board directors to hold an urgent special general meeting.

Dee Cees Nadera Panthers head coach, Vula Dakuitoga, confirmed the signed petition and said they would be meeting with the board directors tomorrow because they have issues that must be addressed and get a clear picture on where the organisation is heading to.

“We need the board to explain the day-to-day operation to us because right now we don’t know where we are heading to and things are not clear from the office to the clubs,” Dakuitoga said.

“Now we want to hear things from the horse’s mouth and to find out who is running FNRL now. Most of the times we call the office things are not clear and there are lots of issues that we need to clarify.”

FNRL operations manager Josateki Savou said they would comment after tomorrow’s meeting.

Fair Trade Makoi Bulldogs and Fiji Residents head coach, Maika Vunivere, said he supported Dakuitoga and indicated FNRL had to set things straight and also called for a special general meeting as soon as possible.

“We need to clear things up. We need to have a SGM as soon as possible, everything has to be transparent to us,” Vunivere said.

“It is about time we need a change the operation of FNRL so that we help develop the sport for our future players.”

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