June 07, 2022
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Radrigai Mateinaqara to face judiaciary committee: Yusuf

Dave Radrigai and Beniamino Mateinaqara are set to face a judiciary committee next week.

Fiji Football chief executive Mohammed Yusuf said charges were set and would be laid on the duo next week.

Radrigai and Mateinaqara have been suspended from active football since failing to join the Digicel ‘Bula Boys’ camp ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Oceania qualifiers which was held in Qatar in March.

“Charges are ready and they will be bought before a committee to receive it,” Yusuf told FijiLive.

Itenary costs for the Qatar campaign totalled about $700,000 which included training camps, their, uniforms, accommodation, meals and airfare.

By Noa Biudole


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