WAITAKERE United is set to record the biggest transfers in ASB Premiership history, when Roy Krishna completes his Auckland City move.
The switch across town from the Fiji international threatens to be a game changer for both clubs and provides a massive boost for Auckland City's FIFA Club World Cup campaign in December.
Today, Krishna will be conducting a junior clinic at the Nadi Sangam School before moving on to Sabeto Sangam Primary School.
The New Zealand Herald reported that Krishna's departure is a huge blow for Waitakere United and their new coaching duo of Paul Temple and Brian Shelley.
"Since his arrival at Waitakere in 2008, Krishna has been one of the mainstays of the West Auckland side, scoring 55 goals in 75 ASB Premiership appearances and 16 goals in 27 OFC Champions League games," the NZ Herald reported.
"He struggled at times when he first arrived in New Zealand — especially with the physical side of the game — but adapted quickly is the second highest scorer in Waitakere United history, behind Allan Pearce. Krishna, who hails from the small town of Labasa in Fiji, is one of the biggest sporting stars in the country."
On the international stage, Krishna has scored an impressive 14 goals for Fiji in 22 games, including a brace in Fiji's 2-0 win over the All Whites in 2009.