May 16, 2022
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Suva's Khem to miss Fiji FACT

National attacker Anish Khem will not be part of defending champion Suva's campaign in the 2022 Digicel Fiji FACT.
Khem picked up an ankle injury while playing at the FIFA World Cup qualifiers in Qatar in late March and recent underwent a surgery.
Suva boss Ritesh Pratap said Khem is recovering after the operation and will be away for some time.
"He should be out till mid June and we expect him to make a return when the Digicel Premier League resumes."
"We have other capable players in the squad that can replace him and Suva will most definitely field its strongest possible team in the tournament."
Ram's Cleaning Services Suva will open its Fiji FACT campaign against Ba at 3pm on Sunday at the ANZ Stadium.
By Romeka Romena  

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