April 08, 2021
Fijian striker Roy Krishna is out of quarantine and will train with the Ba football team to maintain his fitness during his holidays in Fiji.
Speaking to FijiLive, the wonder boy said his plan is to spend time with his family and continue his training before he departs to Maldives for the Asian Football Championship in two weeks.
“I’m planning to spend some time with family and get some training as well. This weekend I’m going out fishing for a few days with my in-laws. It’s something I look forward to doing whenever I’m back. I love being out at sea and catching fish. It helps me relax and calm down after a hectic season.”
“I only have about two weeks before I have to leave so I will be spending most of my days training to stay fit as I have to go to the Maldives for the AFC cup group stage matches.”
“At this point I’ve just started training with the Ba team. I don’t think I have the time to help out any districts. I only have two weeks before I need to head back to India so my priority right now would be to stay fit and get some training hours before I leave.”
Krishna said he would love to watch the Ba vs Labasa main and women’s match before he leaves Fiji.
The Labasa lad also mentioned that due to less time frame, he would not be able to host any soccer clinic during his stay.
“I’m going to fish this weekend but next week I would definitely love to catch some matches before I go back. I want to catch some Labasa and Ba matches.”
“I also want to catch some of the women’s super league action and see our girls MaiLife Ba and MaiLife Labasa play. They’re both doing really well and we are proud of their performance so far. Hopefully we get to catch some of their training too in the next few weeks.”
“I’m back in June so hopefully then I can work with fiji football to hold some football clinics with young kids.”
Krishna recently won the Best Foreign Player award during the Indian Football Awards.
By Romeka Romena