March 14, 2012
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Suva keen on Labasa defenders

By Sunil Sharma

Suva Football has welcomed a move by ousted Labasa soccer president, Ajesh Sharma, who intends to release Hekari based Labasa defenders Ilaitia Tuilau, Taneila Waqa and Amicale FC’s Sameula Kautoga to join the All Whites in the next transfer window.

Suva president, Mahen Prasad told FijiLive the three are experienced players and would greatly boost the All Whites camp if they join.

“They have been doing well in Hekari and Amicale and their expertise will surely lift Suva,” Prasad said.

“At the moment he (Ajesh Sharma) has not contacted me so I will reserve my comments until I get something from him.”

Prasad will also be considering All Whites’ coach Gurjeet Singh’s advice as he had coached the three during his term with Labasa.

“Getting Gurjeet’s views is important as he is more familiar with these players.”



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