Paulo Buke back to his football roots

The Fijian international Paulo Buke decided to leave Ba after some seasons with the Men in Black in order to move back to his former district team Nadroga. The transfer is already confirmde by Fiji FA. The attacker got national recognition with Nadroga and caught the interest of Ba, then the player that also works as a police officer decided to move the Fijian powerhouse.

Buke playing for Nadroga in 2018

Buke caught attention of the then Fiji National Team head coach Christophe Gamel – the played was called-up for the national team. Buke made his debut for the Bula Boys in a friendly match against Malaysia in 2018 and also played two friendly matchs for Gamel’s coached side against Solomon Islands and Singapore.

The still 24-year-old attacker has still a lot to give to football, having certainly the talent to break in the best teams of Fijian football scenario. Paulo decided to move back to Nadroga in the current transfer window to help the team to fight for promotion to Vodafone Premier League; Nadroga will be battling with teams such Tavua and Savusavu in order to get a place in the 2021 season of the top-tier league of Fiji and they will be certainly happy to count with the quality of Buke upfront once again.

Buke will be expecting to have a fresh restart of his football career moving back to Nadroga, as the player seemed not to have space in Ba’s squad in the past major tournaments played by the team.

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