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Injured Tiwa out as Simi leads Fiji May 28, 2012 By Sunil Sharma

A knee injury has forced Ba midfielder Malakai Tiwa out of the Fiji soccer squad preparing for the OFC Nations Cup to start this Saturday at Lawson Tama Stadium in Honiara.   TOP STORIES LOCAL INTERNATIONAL Savusavu to appoint new executives Savusavu Football Association will hold a Special General Meeting on June 17 to elect new executives.   Injured Tiwa out as Simi leads Fiji A knee injury has forced Ba midfielder Malakai Tiwa out of the Fiji soccer squad preparing for the OFC Nations Cup to start this Saturday at Lawson Tama Stadium in Honiara.   Rewa Council Meeting to review FACT form As well as appoint a new president, Rewa soccer will review their team�s Fiji FACT performance at their next Council Meeting.   Blues to appoint new coach soon Lautoka Football Association will hold its council meeting in 13 days� time to appoint a new coach, confirms association president Shalendra Prasad.   Wilson keen on Ba return Suva left back Joshua Wilson has set his sights on a return to his home district Ba next year.   Suva coach declares interest in Roy Victorious Suva coach Gurjit Singh said New Zealand-based Roy Krishna possesses a wealth of experience and would be instrumental to any district he joins including Suva.   Unsuspecting Roy calls for intervention Shalendra Roy has requested Fiji Football Association to call an emergency meeting this Friday to look into Tavua soccer after he was unceremoniously dumped as district president.   Former Rewa rep passes away in Sydney Former Rewa soccer and Fiji 7s halfback Moape Ravuvu passed away in Sydney last night after collapsing during a rugby match at St Ives at the weekend.   Suva celebrates FACT win in style The City of Suva came to a halt yesterday afternoon as members of the victorious Suva football team paraded the streets and held their Fiji FACT celebrations.   Tamanisau, Krishna tipped to lead Fiji Inspirational goalkeeper Simione Tamanisau and New Zealand based Roy Krishna are hotly tipped to lead Fiji’s campaign in the Oceania Nations Cup in Honiara next week.   Wonderboy Shivam wants to retire in Navua Suva soccer hero Nathan Shivam has set a dream to end his career with his home district Navua before retiring from top level football.   U23 defender keen to join Suva Fiji U23 and Nadroga defender Luke Rawadamu has declared his interest to join Fiji FACT champs Suva in the new player transfer window.

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