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Nadi to release player

Zanzeer Singh
Monday, March 17, 2014

THE Nadi Football Association has no intention of stopping former Fiji under-20 striker Napolioni Qasevakatini from joining Suva for the remainder of the season.

Qasevatakini, the younger brother of former Nadi and national rep Alipate Driu has applied for his release to join the Whites.

Nadi Football Association president Navneeda Gounder said Qasevakatini's demands were too high.

Gounder said they would treat the players equally.

"If all the players start coming with such demands then we will not be able to run the affairs of the association," he said.

Meanwhile Nadi is yet to secure the release of defender Krishna Sami from Lautoka.

Sami was slapped with a fine of $6000 by the Fiji FA for breach of contract whilst with the Blues.

Gounder said they were still negotiating with Lautoka for the payment.

The Jetsetters have secured the release of prolific striker Samuela Drudru from Suva for the Oceania Champions League playoffs next month.








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