September 03, 2012
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Levaci shown the door, Evans is new coach

By Reginald Chandar

Labasa Football Association has relieved Epeli Levaci of his duties due to his consistent poor performance in the role of  coach.

And LFA has appointed Canada based former national and Labasa marksman Ivor Evans as its new coach.

Labasa secretary Nilesh Lal confirmed this to FijiLive today and said they were delighted to secure Evans' services.

"Yes, I can confirm that Epeli has been relieved of his duties and Ivor Evans has been appointed the new coach effective from today."

"Our recent performances have been bad and the result of the match against Savusavu yesterday was the final nail in the coffin, so officials decided to appoint Ivor Evans."

"He (Ivor) watched the game yesterday and declared his availability to coach the team. He will be with us till the IDC."

"We have approached Bal Sanju Reddy to act as his understudy and should get word from him by this afternoon. Reddy will continue with the team after IDC as Evans will only be around till the tournament."

Labasa lost 3-0 to Savusavu at Ganilau Park yesterday.

FijiLive

 

 



 

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