October 18, 2021
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Women footballers march into camp

The Digicel Women's National Football team marched into camp at the Fiji Football Association headquarters in Vatuwaqa yesterday to prepare for the World Cup qualifiers.

Fiji FA chief executive Mohammed Yusuf said more than 15 players are part of  the camp and Technical Director Timo Janwoski will guide the team after head coach Marika Rodu's contract was terminated last week after he refused to get vaccinated.

Yusuf said players will be in camp for two weeks and they have got a good chance to take advantage of the training sessions.

He said players will be trained in all aspects of football ahead of the resumption of the Digicel Women's Super League on 30 October.

He also mentioned that all the national reps are fully vaccinated.

Meanwhile, Labasa players could not join camp due to quarantine requirements and they will train in the North under the watchful eyes of national assistant coach Sanaila Bera.

By Romeka Romena

 


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