November 09, 2017
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Krishna to miss Estonia friendly match

Vodafone Fiji national Captain Roy Krishna will miss the international friendly against Estonia in Suva next Sunday.

The fixture does not fall in the FIFA international window, hence Krishna will not be able to obtain his release from Wellington Phoenix to play for his country.

His absence will pave the way to other strikers in the team to step up and prove their worth on the international stage.

Suva’s Setareki Hughes, Ba pair of Saula Waqa and Samuela Nabenia together with Nadi’s Rusiate Matarerega and Napolioni Qasevakatini are some of the top strikers currently in camp.

Fiji will host Estonia at the ANZ Stadium in Suva at 3pm.

By Reginald Chandar


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