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Blues await results

Zanzeer Singh
Monday, August 04, 2014

THE outcome of the investigations into the affairs of Lautoka Football Association is expected to be released soon.

The Fiji Football Association set up an investigating committee after receiving complaints from two clubs, Tuivilavila and Rifle Range on the allegations made against the Lautoka Football executives.

The investigating committee consisted of Fiji FA vice-president Tarunesh Reddy as chairman with former Nadi president Jiten Kumar and Darell Raj Charan as the other members.

Fiji FA president Rajesh Patel said the investigation into the affairs of Lautoka Football was almost complete.

The Lautoka executives Shalen Prasad, Sudesh Singh, Izaz Ali, Reginald Gounder, Nitin Vikash and Faiaaz Ali were relieved from their positions by the parent body following the allegations. Interim administrator Sanjay Prasad is currently running the affairs of Lautoka football.








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