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Suva soccer drops Mishra

April 15, 2012 1:00 am

The Suva soccer team will be playing against Lautoka without one of its key strikers, Joseph Mishra.

Coach Gurjeet Singh says Mishra’s exclusion from his line-up is due to disciplinary reasons.

“Joseph Mishra has been dropped from the team because he only trained for one day and there are some disciplinary problems and for this game we will give break to Samuela Drudru who will be plating the first game for Suva. Looking at the points table, Lautoka is 3 points behind us and if they beat us they will take the lead in the goal difference so we don’t want to lose this game and even it is a draw, it will be good enough for us.”

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The Lautoka-Suva match kicks off at 3pm at Churchil Park while Rewa hosts Navua at the Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori.

Tune in to our sister station Radio Fiji Two with the voice of soccer, Raymond Stoddart for the live commentary of the Lautoka-Suva match.

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