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5 top players show interest to join Ba Soccer side and have applied for their releases

5 top players show interest to join Ba Soccer side and have applied for their releases

By Shanil Singh
Monday 13/01/2020
Drudru, Shivam and mateinaqara are among players that have applied for the release. [image: Fcabeook]

Five top players have shown interest to join the Ba Soccer side in the transfer window and have applied for their release.

Lautoka trio of Benaminio Mateinaqara, Samuela Drudru, and Muni Shivam while Labasa defender Antonio Tuivuna and Suva defender Laisenia Raura have all applied to join the Men in Black.

Ba is currently preparing for the Pillay Garments Champion vs Champion series which kicks off at Churchill Park next Friday.

Team Manager Arvind Singh says they started training last week after a 3-month break and they are happy with the player turnout so far.

He also says that Solomon Islands international Darold Kakasi has returned home and will not feature for Ba this year while it is still unclear whether Vanuatu international Tommy Micah will join the side.

Meanwhile, Nasinu goalkeeper Josaia Ratu has applied to join Tavua.

Ba plays Labasa in the first leg of the CVC Series at 7pm next Friday while the second leg is at 3pm next Sunday at Ratu Cakobau Park.

You can catch the live commentaries of both matches on Radio Sargam.

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