August 06, 2021
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4 transfer applications pending: Yusuf

Fiji Football Association is currently processing four pending transfer applications from the mid-season transfer window which closed on 30 July.

Fiji FA chief executive Mohammed Yusuf said  they had received less district to district application while eight applications got rejected and four are being processed.

The four applications pending are of Anish Khem of Rewa who applied for a move to Suva, Rusiate Matarerega of Nadi who applied to join Nadroga, Epeli Saukuru of Nasinu who also applied to rejoin Nadroga and Antonio Tuivuna of Labasa who is seeking a transfer to Lautoka.  

He also confirmed that 15 transfer applications from club to club and another 15 transfers in the futsal teams are being processed.

Yusuf said the football competitions will only resume in late October depending on the COVID-19 situation in Fiji.

By Romeka Romena  


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