Vodafone Fiji Futsal Soccer team to arrive tomorrow from New Caledonia

Vodafone Fiji Futsal Soccer team to arrive tomorrow from New Caledonia

By Rashika Kumar
Sunday 17/11/2019
The Vodafone Fiji Futsal Soccer team before one of their OFC Futsal Championship matches

The Vodafone Fiji Futsal Soccer team that was stopped from leaving New Caledonia because of a measles scare will be arriving in the country tomorrow.

The team was tested and it was confirmed that the players did not have measles.

The team was supposed to return on the 4th of November however, they were stopped as health authorities in New Caledonia had suspected that some players from other nations competing in the OFC Futsal Championship may have been infected by measles.

There were concerns that some players in the Tongan team may have measles and Fiji had a match against the Tongan side in the pool stages of the OFC Futsal Championship.

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