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Courts IDC Pool Equally Drawn,Says Clubs

Lautoka president Abdul Kadar says the Courts Inter District Championship pool have been equally drawn.

He said as they had known their fate now that whom they would face in the pool match and would prepare accordingly.

Kadar said the Vodafone Premier League had been done and dusted and they would concentrate on Courts IDC now.

“The VPL is done and now we will concentrate on the Courts IDC as the pressure will be on us as host.”

Kadar believes there would be a lot of pressure playing at home as the fans would expect nothing else then a win.

“Of course there will be a lot of pressure on us as the host as league winners.”

Kadar said they were looking at importing some foreign players as Fiji FA had opened the inclusion of overseas based players from next season.

“Basically we are looking at importing some players but we have not made any decision on that yet.

He said they would be meeting soon to decide to get in foreign players or go with the local players.

Ba manager Arvind Singh also said the pool was very much balance.

“Well I am very very happy with the pool draw both pool are very balance drawn, “Singh said.

Now days he said we cannot say if it was an easy or tough pool.

“Well we will do our best in the Courst IDC as we have very quality players in our side

Vodafone Fiji national coach Christophe Gamel also echoed the similar sentiment.

“The two groups of Premier division are balanced. It will be very interesting. I will wait for the new team coming. For senior it is also balanced and I will try go to see them because I have seen some good players, but they have not trained as some are involved with work so I have to check them in their own club then we will see for IDC what they will show,”Gamel said.

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