November 17, 2012
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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.”


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