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Nadi launches merchandise sales

Maciu Malo
Saturday, May 20, 2017

THE Nadi soccer has launched its new brand of uniforms this week.

Partnering with their sponsor Jack's Nadi and Qaqa sportswear, four new brands of uniforms were launched during the night.

Team president Javed Ahmed said the launch was the first of its kind to be done for any Nadi soccer team.

He said the launch was to also give their fans the opportunity to wear the same uniforms worn by the players.

Ahmed said income earned from the sale of these merchandises would be invested for the players.

"This is a historic occasion and first of its kind to be done for Nadi soccer," he said.

"Our fans have been deprived the opportunity to wear our merchandise over the years and it is something you can do is sell our brand and take the team to the next level.

"The welfare or our players has been our top priority and the income earned from the sales of these merchandise can be used to look after the players welfare during and after their playing days.

"Our brothers in the Nadi rugby team have been doing well in this area and we believe it's high time to have it in soccer."

Ahmed said the launch also inspired his players to do well at the Vodafone Fiji FACT.

The side defeated Ba 3-1 in its opening game and is highly likely to secure a spot in the semi-final spot as they will face Dreketi and Labasa in the remaining pool games at Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori.








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