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Former NFA, manager, Abdul RazakFormer NFA, manager, Abdul RazakFIJI Football Association of British Columbia stalwart and former Nadi Football Association manager Abdul Razak was laid to rest on Thursday.

 

Razak,80, had been in ill-health for a while, his condition deteriorated in the past week and he succumbed to his sickness on Wednesday at the Surrey Memorial Hospital with his family by his side.

 

Born in Ba, Fiji, Razak lived in Nadi for most of his life before emigrating to Canada in 1987.

He served NFA in the 90s, under the late, president Azad Khan, the father of the association.

Nadi Football Association president Omar Khan, who was a district player under Razak, said the association lost a very humble and a genuine district fan.

Khan said Razak (Uncle) had emotional ties to the district.

"He would get very emotional with both the success and failures.

"He worked with the pioneers of the association with a lot enthusiasm".

Khan said Razak was a loyal member of the NFA during his tenure.

"Razak will be greatly missed by NFA.He's humble personality and fierce competitive nature was his hallmark. May God grant (uncle) Razak the highest place in paradise".


 

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