Leagues takes a break

National league board chairman and Fiji Football Association senior vice president Shiek Ibrahim says teams have been given time –off to prepare for the Vodafone Fiji FACT.
“We have decided to give the teams a short break especially to the eight teams who can prepare thoroughly for the tournament and give the football fans the best action on the field. The way the teams have been playing in the national league will not be a different in the tournament since we are having 90 minutes of matches,” Ibrahim said.
The retired school head teacher believes that this year’s Vodafone Fiji FACT will be one of the best the football fans will witness.
“The teams have been continuously playing 90 minutes of matches and then moving in the first tournament of this year which will be very good for the teams to play in after seeing their recent form in the league matches,” he added.
Ibrahim thanks the teams for displaying the good standard of football and has expressed disappointment over the results the two bottom placed teams are conceding.
“I thank all the teams who have been performing well apart from Savusavu and Tavua.” Ibrahim said.
The league matches will resume from July 6, 2013.
Fiji FA Media

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