November 01, 2012
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Fiji FA works on Salauneune's clearance

By Sunil Sharma

Fiji Football Association will now be able to assist Ba Football Association in seeking the International Transfer Certificate of its striker Jone Salauneune from New Zealand FA as the new player transfer window officially opened today.

Fiji FA chief executive Bob Kumar this morning confirmed receiving a request from Ba FA and said they will be corresponding with their New Zealand counterparts.

Kumar told FijiLive that they will help all districts that want to secure International Transfers for their players overseas or for players that they intend to get from overseas in the new window.

"All districts and clubs have a one month period to confirm movements and registrations and the rules and regulations of transfers is pretty clear and we will ensure that things are done accordingly."

Kumar said they are expecting transfer requests to flood in during the last week of this month but is urging players, clubs and districts to plan early and make their applications to save up on time and further problems.

"Often the applications come in late and then the districts start to pressure Fiji FA for the release as they want to field the players in the competitions and so on. The onus is on the district and the players to do their share of the work and Fiji FA will only intervene if there is a dispute or if the player is finding difficulty in obtaining his/her release."

The player transfer window closes on November 30 and the National Football League commences next month after the Pillay Garments Champions League.

FijiLive

 

 

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