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Krishna's club move

Pravin Narain
Monday, February 05, 2018

FIJI international Roy Krishna was alleged to have been approached by Colorado Rapids which plays in the Major League Soccer.

However, according to the New Zealand Herald website reported Krishna's Wellington Phoenix club and Colorado Rapids could not agree to the financial terms.

"The Herald on Sunday understands the Colorado Rapids, now coached by former All Whites mentor Anthony Hudson, are keen to sign the Fijian international, who has been at the Phoenix since January 2014," the website reported yesterday.

"But the two organisations have been unable to agree on the financial terms for Krishna's release, with the Phoenix believed to be asking for a transfer fee of between $750,000 and $1 million."

The 30-year-old Siberia, Labasa striker had been part of the Wellington Phoenix team since 2014 where he also scored 33 goals for his club.








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