The young Fijian international had jetted in the country for a short break to spend some time with his family and conduct the clinic which only was scheduled for the Nadi district as Krishna had a busy club scheduled ahead of him. #He believes the two day clinic has enabled him to share some of the knowledge he had gained in his football career both locally and internationally. #The clinic was sponsored by V&B (Vuksick and Borich) a company which has links to New Zealand club Auckland City for which Krishna has signed a one-year contract. #It was all smiles for the kids at Nadi Sangam Primary school on Monday and Sabeto Primary on Tuesday witnessing the former Labasa star conduct the sessions. #“It is always a privilege to share my knowledge. The clinic is to show what I do in New Zealand besides playing football. I also teach kids in New Zealand and I would like to thank my sponsors and school management #for giving me this opportunity to contribute,” Krishna said. #“Back in my school days we were not used to this and to come back to Fiji for this clinic is something good.”#National coach Juan Carlos Buzzetti and his assistant Imdad Ali were also part of the two day programme. #Buzzetti says they fully back Roy’s decision and wished him well for the new season. #Krishna was pleased with the response for the two-day clinic. He reunites with his NZ based Waitakere City side later this week to prepare for the Chatham Cup final. #He is also keen to don the Auckland City jumper as the 2013/2014 ASB Premiership season nears. # Fiji FA MEDIA #

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