July 17, 2012
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Savusavu deny Rewa and Taveuni signings

Savusavu has denied signing any release documents of players who have supposedly been released by the northern district to move to new pastures in the recently closed window.

Association president Gopendra Narayan said of the nine want-away players, only Sanjesh Kumar and Neeraj Sharma’s release to Lautoka and Suva respectively were done “following the proper channel.”

Players whose releases have been questioned include those of goalkeepers’ Kaari Khan and Emori Rokoboa who have applied to move to Taveuni and Rewa respectively.

 “Their releases were signed by our former secretary Nasiv Khan. He signed the papers after resigning at the completion of the Fiji FACT,” Narayan said.

“So in our meeting last night it was decided that Apenisa Ciwa, Maciu Dreli, William Lomani be released to Taveuni on the grounds they pay the normal transfer fees of $150 each.

“Khan will have to pay $1000 in addition to the $150 transfer fees. Likewise for Emori Rokoboa, Mosese Gadai, and Salacieli Vosamosi who are intending to join Rewa, they have to pay up $1,150 each before they can be released.”

Applications approved:
Thomas Vulivuli (from Suva), Neeraj Sharma (to Suva), Qalo Kaivesu Tukania (from Labasa)

Awaiting PL and fees:
Pene Erenio, Marika Serukalou (from Navua), Aten Dutt (from Levuka), Sanjesh Kumar (to Lautoka), Apenisa Ciwa (to Taveuni), Maciu Dreli (to Taveuni), William Lomani (to Taveuni), Kaari Khan (to Taveuni), Rokoboa (to Rewa), Gadai (to Rewa), Vosamosi (to Rewa), Kavit Kaushal Mani (from Labasa)

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