July 20, 2021
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No player movement for Nadroga

There will be no player movement for the Nadroga football team, confirms team President Mohammed Ali.

Ali told FijiLive in an interview that they are not signing any new players and have not received any transfer application from their current squad members.

He said they will continue with their current squad for the remainder of the season.  

He also mentioned the association has been very supportive towards the players during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Meanwhile, Ali also mentioned that football behind closed doors would be a disadvantage to their fans.

He said their fans have been very supportive towards the team and players during the COVID-19 pandemic thus; having the sport played behind closed doors would upset the fans.

By Romeka Romena   

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