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Bazaar football, no comparison

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Former Fijian footballer, Subarmani ReddyFormer Fijian footballer, Subarmani ReddyFORMER footballers have taken an offence to Fijian Leagues Sunday competitions as Bazaar like.


Subarmani Reddy and Ronald Singh say the bazaar tournaments are competitive and the teams play over a prize money and or a championship trophy.

“There is that notion with fans that the 4-team veteran’s games are much more bazaar like event is laughable”, said Reddy.

“If anything, the Sunday games are a good waste of  time”.

The 4-team veterans’ games are played on the pretense of a league, and the former footballers argue it is anything but a league.

“We sure know of what bazaar soccer holds, draws teams in numbers for fierce competition and the winner gets rewarded, cash, however little that maybe and or a trophy”, Reddy said.

Ronald backed Reddy’s sentiments with a nod of approval, added what is even more strange is the fact that the fashioned policy spells out there is no team and player registration fees but there is that catch 22.

“There is that referee’s fees to go with the usual post-game beverages and food, there’s no free lunch as per say these days”.

Ronald said here is a league that had not been much of a league in the last 5 years yet uses its position to start football by leaving costs on the teams amid the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic is not very smart.






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0 #2 WorseRavi 2021-06-19 13:04
Get it right, its $2 players registration and $200 bond to go with all the other mentioned costs and this is how low the Fijian soccer is! only in Vancouver, Canada
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+2 #1 CheapKris 2021-06-14 06:46
League has unaccounted savings over many years why not they pay for the referee’s fees, now that would be more than a free lunch!
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