September 19, 2018
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11 players apply to join newly promoted Nasinu

11 players have so far applied to join newly promoted  Nasinu in this transfer window.

Topping the list are Fiji U19 players who recently featured in the OFC Championship.

These players include Captain Savenaca Baledrokadroka (Rewa), goalkeeper Alzar Alam (Navua) and midfielder Mohammed Naizal (Rewa).

Rewa youth reps Charlie Benjamin and Anushil Prasad have also applied together with Arami Manumanubai (Lautoka), Leisari Qalica (Lautoka), Isikeli Ratucava (Lami), Manasa Levaci (Lami), Leone Damudamu (Suva) and Robert Rabici (Taveuni).

The player transfer window officially closes on September 30.

By Reginald Chandar

 

 



 

 

 

 

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