January 17, 2022
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Chand relishes Nasinu's Premier spot

Nasinu football President O'Neil Chand is gracious and acknowledged Fiji Football Association for promoting them as the 10th team in the Premier Division football.
Chand said Nasinu was second in the Senior Division football and just three goals away from leaders Tailevu Naitasiri.
Chand thanked its players and Fiji FA for giving the giant killers a chance to return to Premier League football after a year.
"I must thank the players who worked really hard when we were demoted to the Senior division and they did not lose hope."
"We knew one day we will return to Premier and thank the Fiji FA for promoting us. Although there were no play offs, we would also like to acknowledge the northern teams for their effort."
"Last year was a tough year for all, especially Nasinu because we took the demotion really seriously and maintained the winning target."
"We have returned and we already have some plans in place now. The boys are very happy and our coach has begun to map out our game plan and surely Nasinu will come as a changed team."
He also added that Nasinu have begun their pre-season training ahead of the commencement of the Digicel Premier League competition next month.
By Romeka Romena   

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