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Urgent meeting

Arin Kumar
Monday, June 09, 2014

NASINU Football Association patron Sada Shivan Naicker has called former and current Nasinu officials to a meeting on Wednesday to discuss the current state of the association.

The former president said the affairs of the association were not in a proper state and Fiji Football Association could take the association to task.

He said they needed to meet urgently and find a way to move the association forward.

"It seems like nobody is willing to lead the association and only the coach is involved with just bringing the players together and then playing games," Naicker said.

"I don't think the officials are doing their job and that is why the association is in a bad state right now.

"We must do something before Fiji FA takes us to task because in the past they have demoted those districts who are not operating properly.

He said the meeting would take place at Nasinu Sangam School at 7pm on Wednesday.

"I want to call on the former executives, the current executives, the coaches, the players and whoever is interested in helping the association get back up on its feet.

"Also I would like to call the teachers of the secondary schools and the primary schools in the district so we can also discuss a plan to get the schoolchildren involved in a program so that they can become future reps of the district.

"Something has to be done and I think we should meet as soon as possible to discuss ideas and avenues to move the sport in our district forward."

Naicker said potential sponsors should also attend the meeting to hear what would be discussed.

"Finance is a very important issue when it comes to running a district and current, former and potential sponsors should also attend to hear what is being done or what could be done and they could back the district financially."

"We need to find a way to get Nasinu back into the Super Premier but we need to act now and make sure that we can formulate a pathway to get us back among the top districts in the country."


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