November 19, 2012
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Stylish Padarath undecided on future

By Sunil Sharma

Ace Tailevu Naitasiri striker Hoteshwar Padarath may switch districts in this player transfer window if he gets a work transfer.

Padarath who has netted over 30 goals this season with the Premier champs is a school teacher by profession and is wanting to move back to his home district Labasa to be with his family, in particular his sick father.

But representing Labasa or any other district in the Northern Division is not on his mind right now as he is still yet to decide on his playing future.

FijiLive caught up Padarath after Tailevu Naitasiri's 1-1 draw against Savusavu in the opening leg of the Promotion Relegation at Ratu Cakobau Park yesterday where he made  his intentions known.

"Playing for Labasa will another decision for me but I am currently content with Tailevu Naitasiri," he said.

"I may have to move due to my work commitments as my famiy is in Labasa and I want to spend more time with my sick father."

"I have applied for my transfer with the Ministry of Education and am now awaiting for word from them."

"Right now I want to help my team (Tailevu Naitasiri) win the Promotion Relegation and put them in the Super Premier division for the new season."

"And if we do progress to the Super Premier division then I will surely stick with the team no matter where I wil be based in the new season," added the Vunimono High School teacher.

Tailevu Naitasiri travels to Ganilau Park this Sunday for the second and decisive leg of the Promotion Relegation against Savusavu.






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