May 11, 2021
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Fiji FA in process to help affected players

The Fiji Football Association is setting up a process internally to help those football players who are being affected by COVID-19 pandemic.

Fiji FA chief executive Yusuf said they have already begun working with the players’ status committee and they will soon finalise on the kind of support they will be giving out to players.

He said Fiji FA had last year provided food packs to many district players who were affected by the pandemic.  

By Romeka Romena  


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