July 06, 2012
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Lions quartet ITC received, await licensing

By Sunil Sharma

Labasa players Maciu Dunadamu, Taniela Waqa, Pita Bolaitoga and Ilaitia Tuilau are a document away from returning in the Babasiga Lions red and white jumper.

Fiji Football CEO Bob Kumar confirmed receiving the players International Transfer Certificate from Hekari FC.

However, Kumar says they need the players’ licensing application from Labasa before they are allowed to take the field against Ba tomorrow night.

“We are expecting the necessary documents to be delivered to our office today and once it comes through,  the player licensing will be processed and then they will be cleared to play,” Kumar said.

Labasa secretary Satish Chand confirmed they have been at it this morning trying to draw up the final documents with the required fees saying it will be done today.

“We are in the process of clearing all that. It will be done today.”

With the return of the four, expectations, the Epeli Levaci-coached side is expected to be a side to reckon with at home against Ba with Taniela Waqa and Ilaitia Tuilau marshalling the Lions defence.

Pita Bolaitoga is expected to provide more stiff challenge in the midfield against Ba’s Ronil Kumar and Malakai Tiwa.

The return of Dunadamu upfront will help ease the load on the upcoming newfinds who have been struggling with their finishing in the past few games.

The Labasa versus Ba match will kick-off at 7pm tomorrow at Subrail Park.

FijiLive

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