Singh: Don’t count Stal­lions out

Nadroga ready to take on Lau­toka on Sun­day

Fiji Sun - - Sport - STELLA MORESIO

The Nadroga football side will try their ul­ti­mate best to im­prove their rank­ing at this year’s Voda­fone Premier League. This is de­spite the fact that seven of their best play­ers have trans­ferred to other dis­tricts af­ter the close of Fiji Football As­so­ci­a­tion’s player trans­fer win­dow last week. Nadroga Football As­so­ci­a­tion pres­i­dent Vi­jay Singh said peo­ple should not count them out just yet as the cur­rent play­ers are pre­par­ing well for their up­com­ing games. “We will have a good game against Lau­toka,” he said yes­ter­day. “A lot of my play­ers have gone to other dis­tricts but then Nadroga are al­ways bloom­ing so we are al­ways ready.” Singh said Nadroga have al­ways been a threat to all dis­tricts and as they try to de­velop their play­ers, big­ger teams al­ways come in to take them away.

“These big­ger dis­tricts are al­ways snitch­ing my play­ers and I’m try­ing to sur­vive all the way but hope­fully the rank­ings this year is bet­ter than last year.” Singh added that even though Na- droga had lost about seven of their best 11 play­ers they have played con­sis­tently and would be show­cas­ing some of their new play­ers as well. “We are down though but not out. And as al­ways to all our sup­port­ers, please come in num­bers to watch us in Nadi on Sun­day.” The Voda­fone Premier League re­sumes on Sun­day with Rewa tak­ing on Ba at Ratu Cakobau Park, Nau­sori at 3pm while at the same time Nadroga face Lau­toka at Prince Charles Park, Nadi.

Edited by Leone Cabenatabua

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