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Blues disappointed

Zanzeer Singh
Tuesday, February 04, 2014

LAUTOKA Football Association administrator Sanjay Prasad has expressed disappointment with the Fiji Football Association for the delay in clearing star midfielder Zibraaz Saheb.

The national rep is undergoing investigation after playing in the local competition without an International Transfer Certificate from his previous club in New Zealand last year.

Prasad said Saheb had been training with the team since last month.

He said the player was a key component in the Blues combination.

"The Fiji FA board discussed this issue during their meeting on the weekend," Prasad said.

"However there is still no outcome. It is long standing issue that needs to be clarified at the earliest."

Fiji FA president Rajesh Patel said they were still going through Saheb's documents and correspondence.








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