Nadi football calls for home support
June 12, 2019 4:20 pm
Nadi Football President Javed Ahmed is calling for home support as they have two games within three days this week.
Speaking to FBC Sports the president Javed Ali says, having the services of the national team representatives, will be a big boost for the team.
The jetsetters will host two Vodafone Premier League matches at Prince Charles Park starting with Lautoka at 7:30pm on Friday and Tavua at 3pm on Sunday.
Ahmed says the national reps who are away for national duties in Vanuatu will be available for them.
National reps Rusiate Matarerega, Tito Vodowaqa, Peni Tuigulagula, William Vallentine, are four players who will feature for the jet setters this Friday.
Nadi is aiming for an O-League spot but Ahmed says they need to be consistent.
‘Lautoka will be tough, a champion team, they have very good players, as they also have many players returning from the National Team, it will be a tough match, and then we take on Tavua on Sunday, both games at home, I’d like to urge the fans to come and support the boys, be the 12th men, for the team so that the boys can perform well in front of the home crowd’
Nadi is currently at the bottom of the Vodafone Premier League standings with 6 points after 7 matches.
Meanwhile, in other VPL games this week, Lautoka host Nasinu at 3pm at Churchill Park on Sunday.