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Lautoka to face Fiji FA

Zanzeer Singh
Thursday, January 09, 2014

THE Lautoka Football Association has withdrawn the appointment of Sudesh Kumar Singh as its interim president.

Singh, a vice president, was appointed interim president last week after the resignation of Shalendra Prasad, the Blues' longest serving president.

Association secretary Reginald Gounder said they had erred in appointing Singh and they'd overlooked instructions from the Fiji Football Association regarding new appointments.

He said a council meeting scheduled for this afternoon had been postponed.

Meanwhile, an investigating committee chaired by Fiji FA vice president Tarunesh Reddy met Lautoka FA executives on Monday.

The committee was set up to investigate the affairs of the association following complaints from two clubs.

The committee will meet the clubs involved next and the findings will then be handed to the parent body next week.

Fiji FA vice president Jiten Kumar and Darrell Raj Charan are the other two members of the investigating team.





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