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Striker declines offer

Nadi sensation was chosen by the Football New South Wales LTD to participate in the 3 months football attachment program which is to be held in the southern region of Australia.
This was confirmed by the Fiji Football Association chief executive officer (CEO) Bob Kumar.
“Rusiate Matarerega has declined the offer to join the New South Wales team for three months attachment program and will continue to play for Nadi,” Kumar added
Matarerega, who is the son of the former Lautoka and Nadi rep Watisoni Voli started his football career with Central College and then he was later drafted in the Nadi Football side where he played a vigorous role for the jetsetters Nadi proving to be the match winner for the side.
The trip for Matarerega who have been sponsored by the Fiji Football Association as Kumar explains.
“Fiji Football Assocaiton had decided to pay for the his expenses and as by doing this we will nature talented players and promote a better standard of football in the country .The reason which we got from Matarerega is that he wants to further his studies and going for the 3 months program in Australia would be hard for him.” Kumar added.
Rusiate was also awarded with the golden boot in the Oceania Football Confederation under 20 playoffs which was held in Lautoka earlier this year.
Meanwhile, in the statement released by the Nadi Football Association ATMS sponsored Nadi FA Local League Competition scheduled to be played at Prince Charles Park in Nadi on Sunday has been called off due to mothers day which falls on Sunday.
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