November 17, 2012
  Follow @ Twitter

Nadi to folk out $9k for Avinesh release

By Sunil Sharma

Nadi FA will have to folk out $9000 to obtain the release of Lautoka mid-fielder Alvin Avinesh, confirms LFA boss Shalendra Prasad.

“As per Lautoka FA’s records Avinesh owes $9000 of which $5000 will go to Labasa FA and $4000 to Blues Fan Club,” Prasad said.

“The $4000 can be paid by the player or his new club or Nadi FA to Blues FC and ythe $5000 can be paid directly to Labasa or via Fiji FA.”

Avinesh earlier this week declared his interest to join Nadi.

Prasad said the amount cannot be disputed as they have back up documents to prove it.

Meanwhile, the Jetsetters have not registered Avinesh in their squad for the Pacific Cup, says Nadi FA secretary Salen Kumar.

“We have not registered Alvin for our New Zealand tour as he is yet to get his release from Lautoka.”

FijiLive
 

Pillow Talk

PREVIOUS STORY
O'Connor hat trick sinks Samabula in NCC
NEXT STORY
Lautoka rope in 4 NZ reps for Pacific Cup

Post a Comment
Bookmark and Share

 


Posted Comments
No comments, but you can post the first comment!

 


 






SPORTS
Solomon Islands through to World Cup
The Solomon Islands Futsal team has sealed its spot in the 2016 FIFA Futsal World Cup in Colombia after winning the OFC Futsal Championship in Suva and ending the competition unbeaten.
RUGBY
No action against NZ 7s team
The New Zealand Sevens side will not be charged with misconduct after fielding an extra man against Australia in Sydney last weekend.
FIJI NEWS
New trial date set for Minister Bala
The Magistrates Court in Lautoka today set a new trial date for Minister for Local Government, Urban Development, Housing and Environment Praveen Kumar Bala who is charged with Dangerous Driving Occasioning Death.
WORLD
Obama unveils gun violence proposals
President Barack Obama today demanded an assault weapons ban and universal background checks for gun buyers, stoking a generational clash with the firearms lobby after the Newtown school massacre.
ENTERTAINMENT
Afghan street kid heads for the Oscars red carpet
An Afghan street kid is off to Hollywood and the red-carpet treatment at the Oscars -- a fairytale ending to a chance encounter that led to a starring role in a movie.
TECHNOLOGY
Online registration for foreign investors
Fiji will soon launch online registration and approvals system for foreign investors.
NEWS SPORTS INFOTAINMENT MOBILE HOT TOPICS FOLLOW US ON