Kishan Sami recently was officialy announced as a Manukau United player by the Auckland-based club social media accounts. The player has been part of Manukau squad preparing for the start of the Lotto NRFL Premier League.
Sami, a 20-year-old full-back or midfielder, is a product of Ba academy in his country and already represented his former club at the highest level of regional football in the OFC Champions League. The player recently moved to New Zealand, dreaming for a full professional contract in a near future.
In his announcement post, the played set his goals for his career: “I am to win the league and play from my heart to attract A-League clubs,” stated Sami. The player also revealed that he prefers to play as midfielder.
The young talented player is going to have his first season away from his country in 2020 as the Lotto NRFL Premier League is close to its start – this weekend the first fixtures of the season are set to be played. The Fijian already played 13 matches for the senior national team of his country scoring one goal.