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Lautoka eyes first win

By SHEIK DEAN The Lautoka soccer team wants to end their losing run in the ongoing Fiji Sun/Skipper Tuna National Football League. Lautoka remains winless after five matches and with
06 Mar 2014 12:47

Lautoka’s Eran Underwood dribbles during training at Churchill Park Lautoka yesterday. Photo: SHEIK DEAN

By SHEIK DEAN

The Lautoka soccer team wants to end their losing run in the ongoing Fiji Sun/Skipper Tuna National Football League.
Lautoka remains winless after five matches and with the inclusion of three players from the current window transfer, Lautoka is all geared up for Navua at Ratu Cakobau Park, Nausori this weekend.
Co-coach Bakalevu Moceimereke said they would execute a different game style against Navua.
“We have changed our formation pattern and we will be more on the attacking pattern,’’ Moceimereke said.
The clearance of utility player, Zibraz Saheb to play for Lautoka will boost their goal attempts.
Saheb is the younger brother of former Lautoka reps, Robert and Alfraz Saheb.
“Saheb, together with Kavaia Rawaqa, Poasa Bainivalu and Eran Underwood, will play an instrumental role in our first win.”
Alvin Avinesh, meanwhile, is expected to lead the side against Navua at Ratu Cakobau Park, Nausori on Sunday at 1pm.




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