September 09, 2021
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DPL and Super League is first priority: Patel

The Fiji Football Association President Rajesh Patel has made it clear that the Digicel Premier League and Digicel Women’s League is their first priority.

Patel said they want to resume DPL and Women’s League soon.

He said the association has already been in discussion with the Ministry of Health and Fiji Sports Commission and are waiting for the green light.

He mentioned that Fiji FA has mapped out a strict protocol to resume football activities behind closed doors upon reaching the 100 per cent fully vaccination target.

He also hinted that a new framework will be launched this week as to how the football activities could take place on its resumption.

By Romeka Romena  


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