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Fiji FA receives record transfer applications

Zanzeer Singh
Saturday, April 05, 2014

THE Fiji Football Association received a record of more than 250 transfer applications for the first transfer window of the season which closed less than a fortnight ago.

Premier division team Lami alarmingly topped the list with 43 applications.

Fiji FA chief executive officer Bob Kumar said they were still trying to finalise some of the transfers.

Kumar said the major ones had been sorted out.

"Some of the transfer forms are incomplete," he said.

"Certainly the number of applications received is quite high. It is a record. We are hopeful of completing all the transfers soon."

The date for the next transfer window is yet to be decided.

Some of the prominent players whose transfers have been approved are: Shivam Nathan (Suva to Navua), Keni Doidoi (Suva to Tailevu Naitasiri), Eron Underwood (Suva to Lautoka), Samuela Drudru (Suva to Nadi), Poasa Bainivalu (Rewa to Lautoka), Maika Waqa (Rewa to Lautoka), Epeli Loaniceva (Rewa to Labasa), Apisai Smith (Rewa to New Zealand), Kavaia Rawaqa (Labasa to Lautoka), Nalinesh Reddy (Labasa to Tailevu Naitasiri), Misaele Draunibaka (Labasa to Rewa), Vereti Dickson (Labasa to Nadi), Penaia Bale (Labasa to Savusavu), Nemani Kanacagi (Labasa to Savusavu), Inia Boko (Navua to Suva), Iliesa Lino (Navua to Lautoka), Netani Doli (Navua to Labasa), Shameem Ali (Navua to Lautoka), Simione Damuni (Navua to Nadroga), Jesoni Takala (Navua to Labasa), Praneel Naidu (Lautoka to Ba), Noa Vukica (Lautoka to Suva), Dave Radrigai (Lautoka to Suva), Krishneel Dutt (Lautoka to Nadroga), Ravinesh Dass (Lautoka to Nadroga), Mohammed Rahiman (Lautoka to Nadroga), Gerad Voi (Lautoka to Nadroga), Javed Hussain (Lautoka to Nadi), Tevita Koroi (Ba to Navua), Savenaca Nasara (Tavua to Nadi), Peni Finau (Nadroga to Ba), Ronald Lawrence (Nadroga to Ba).





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