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2019 OFC Champions League spots competition start this weekend

The race for a top two finish in the 2018 Vodafone Premier League competition starts this weekend.
The main aim for all teams taking part is to qualify for next year’s OFC Champions League.
Lautoka having finished last year’s competition without a loss will go into this year’s league as favorites.
However, no team, including newcomers Tavua can be underestimated.
The transfer window which opens next week could also be a major factor as teams will try to strengthen their squad.
The 2018 Vodafone Premier League was launched in Suva yesterday and Vodafone’s Chief Marketing Officer Rajnesh Prasad says the will continue to work hand in hand with Fiji FA to further develop the sport.
“Vodafone Fiji has been boosting football in the country for the past nine years. Our commitment to Fiji Football is reflected by our continued sponsorship to support the growth of the sport in the country. We have witnessed some astounding plays and historical moments that will forever remain fresh in the chronicles of Fiji Soccer and together with Fiji Football Association, we work to bring in more of such occasions.”
Fiji FA President, Rajesh Patel thanked Vodafone for their generous support and ensured that football is moving in the right direction in the country.
“My heartily acknowledgement to Vodafone for yet again another year of sponsorship. This is their final year according to the contract but talks are underway to further this for the coming years. Football has been moving in the right path and we will continue to assure that the development of the sport is taking place at all levels.”
Vodafone handed over $200,000 for this year’s league competition.

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