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Fiji FA chief executive officer Mohammed Yusuf
January 18
11:00 2018

The Vodafone Premier League matches scheduled this month have been postponed.

This followed requests from majority of the districts affiliated with Fiji

Football Association. Districts said they are were facing difficulties in putting a team together since the transfer window has opened. According to some district presidents, the transfer window has seen a lot of players joining new clubs which has led them with no choice but to train with only the handful they have.

The Fiji Football Association understands the importance of each league game for the teams concerned and will not take any chances. Fiji FA chief executive, Mohammed

Yusuf says, they have made the decision keeping in mind the struggles the teams are facing.

“The Rewa side requested for the postponement of their matches this weekend as they have had a massive movement of players and they are not able to put together a decent team,” Mr

Yusuf said.This is not fair on the fans that have so much expectation,” he said.

Mr Yusuf confirmed that another three teams supported Rewa’s decision. “We have come to a decision to resume the league on the 3rd of next month,” he said.

The first round of matches took off with three matches last weekend.

The Vodafone Premier League will now resume of the February 3.

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