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Drifters likely to switch

By VUNIWAQA BOLA The Drifters Volleyball Club will await the decision of the Suva Volleyball Association before they decide on their next step. The club has been expelled from the
04 Sep 2012 13:23

By VUNIWAQA BOLA

The Drifters Volleyball Club will await the decision of the Suva Volleyball Association before they decide on their next step.
The club has been expelled from the association just weeks away from the start of the new season.
Club official Faga Amoe said SVA officials know that the graffiti painted on the wall of the mosque in Makoi was not done by a Drifters player.
“They know this and they have decided to expel the club,”Amoe said.
“It’s all because of the sponsors, we only came to know of the team being expelled through the media.”
He says the team is run by the players themselves and they just receive the support of the people in the area.
“We can’t say much but we have some options like joining other associations or maybe change the team name.
“However, the Police are doing their investigations and until then we won’t make any further comments on the matter.
Amoe said Drifters can join new associations like Davuilevu and Kinoya if Suva continues with the ban.
“Otherwise, the players will just play volleyball here in Makoi every Saturday.”




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