May 12, 2012
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Complete FACT next week: Suva

By Sunil Sharma

Suva coach Gurjit Singh is urging the Fiji FA to complete the Vodafone Fiji FACT next week.

“My players were really looking forward for the whole tournament especially after we defeated the host and defending champions, Rewa,” Singh said.

“That spirit to win have been killed. After the Rewa win the whole team was confident of producing even better results which we have been denied due to the postponement.”

The tournament, he said should be played as soon as possible.

“With the postponement we will have our midfielder Shivam Natham back.
 
“It will be a big boost to the team going into the reminder of the competition”

Suva have four points from a win and a draw.    

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