The Fijian football star Roy Krishna is back to action as he is part of the national team camp guided by new head coach Flemming Serritslev. The ATK-MB star player expressed his gratitude to be back to the game in his social media accounts: “I’ve missed playing football so I’m very happy to be back at the Fiji Football Academy in Ba“.
Krishna had returned to Fiji after the finish of the Indian Super Ligue season in March; the Fijian helped his side ATK to clinch their third ever title of the league being the top scorer of the team in the season. Krishna was one of the best players of the season and caugh the attention of the fans with his impressive peformances.
Krishna is three goals away to tie the record of Esala Masi as all-time top goalscorer of Fiji national team – and also nine appearances away to be tie with the same Masi as the player who most represented Fiji internationally. The striker that is going to turn 33 this month is arguably the best Fijian player ever. “This week I join the national camp led by our new head coach. It’s going to be a fruitful one as it will help me get my fitness back up and I get to play alongside the future stars of football in Fiji“, said Krishna.
The striker is going to be more time in Fiji as the season in India will only start in November. Unlike other seasons, this season will entirely take place behind closed doors in three venues across the state Goa due to the COVID-19 pandemic.