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Whites gracious in defeat

The Gurjit Singh coached-side had earlier lost 3-0 to defending champions Auckland City. Despite the outcome Suva coach Gurjit Singh was happy with the performance of his team. Singh was gracious in defeat and said the result should make all fans, officials and players proud as the team delivered a very good performance on the field.#”We as newcomers played one of the powerhouses in the Oceania region and to lose by a late goal and match them in all aspects of the game is indeed an achievement for us and I am very proud of my players,” the no-nonsense coach said.#”We worked very hard and wanted to win but sadly our semifinal hopes are over and we can now learn from the last two games and prepare well for our last game against Western United.#Former Ba and national star striker Osea Vakatalesau scored two goals and set up the winner for Amicale FC against Suva. Suva now sit on the bottom of the points table and will play Western United in their final match on Saturday.#

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