July 18, 2021
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Sami to remain with Delta Tigers

Former Fiji U19 Captain Kishan Sami will remain with Rewa for the remainder of this season.

The 21-year-old Ba native joined the Delta Tigers earlier this season after a short stint in New Zealand with Manukau United FC.

Rewa Coach Roderick Singh told FijiLive had a discussion with Sami and the Police officer has indicated that he will remain with the team.

Singh said Sami blended well with the team in the Digicel Premier League and will be one of their key players when football matches resume in the country.

He added that the youngster is also a very good leader and is fully vaccinated as well.

By Romeka Romena  

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