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Singh: Don’t Count Stallions Out

Singh: Don’t Count Stallions Out
Fiji Football Association
March 30
14:07 2016


The Nadroga football side will try their ultimate best to improve their ranking at this year’s Vodafone Premier League. This is despite the fact that seven of their best players have transferred to other districts after the close of Fiji Football Association’s player transfer window last week.

Nadroga Football Association president Vijay Singh said people should not count them out just yet as the current players are preparing well for their upcoming games.

“We will have a good game against Lautoka,” he said yesterday. “A lot of my players have gone to other districts but then Nadroga are always blooming so we are always ready.”

Singh said Nadroga have always been a threat to all districts and as they try to develop their players, bigger teams always come in to take them away.

“These bigger districts are always snitching my players and I’m trying to survive all the way but hopefully the rankings this year is better than last year.”

Singh added that even though Nadroga had lost about seven of their best 11 players they have played consistently and would be showcasing some of their new players as well.

“We are down though but not out. And as always to all our supporters, please come in numbers to watch us in Nadi on Sunday.”

The Vodafone Premier League resumes on Sunday with Rewa taking on Ba at Ratu Cakobau Park, Nausori at 3pm while at the same time Nadroga face Lautoka at Prince Charles Park, Nadi.

Edited by Leone Cabenatabua


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