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Fiji FA ready to meet Lautoka club officials

Zanzeer Singh
Monday, March 17, 2014

THE Fiji Football Association investigating committee will hold a meeting with the Lautoka Football Association club delegates tomorrow.

This is after two clubs, Rifle Range and Tuivilavila wrote to the parent body complaining about the affairs of Lautoka football last year.

In January, longest serving Lautoka president Shalendra Prasad resigned from his position. Following this, the Fiji FA relieved all Lautoka executives from their respective positions and appointed Sanjay Prasad as interim administrator.

Prasad called a council meeting in February to start the local league competition but this was rejected by the club delegates who pressed for the ordinary congress to be held first.

Another council meeting was held last Thursday, where Fiji FA vice president Tarunesh Reddy instructed that the local league should start.

Reddy, who is the chairman of the investigation committee, proposed for a meeting with the club delegates to air their grievances and resolve any outstanding issues.

The investigating committee also has Fiji FA vice president Jiten Prasad and Darell Raj Charan.

The Fiji FA board of control had appointed the committee to investigate the complaints regarding the organisation, registration, protest, appeal and player release issues.

The council meeting will be held at the Churchill Park canteen at 6.30pm.








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