January 09, 2018
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Canadian trio jet in for Men In Black

Three Canadian players flew into the country last night to boost Ba’s 2018 OFC Champions League campaign.

The three- Nathan Brown, Troy Watson and Amal Singh are from Toronto have played top level football in the United States of America (USA).

Singh is a Canadian born Fijian and his parents are from Ba.

Speaking to FijiLive, Ba Manager Arvin Singh said the players carry a lot of experience and one is a defender while the other two are attacking players.

He confirmed the new players will start training with the Men In Black from today.

“We want to field them in the Vodafone Premier League but this will depend on their transfer from the US. If we can get their transfer then maybe we will field them in matches before the OFC Champions League so we can build good combination,” said Singh.

Meanwhile Ba will open its Vodafone Premier League campaign against Nadi at Prince Charles Park on Sunday. The match kicks off at 3pm.

By Reginald Chandar

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