Fiji has a new wonderkid; he hails from Ba and represents the most victorious district of Fijian football. The 18 year-old striker Nabill Begg is already a regular striker for the Men in Black and already scored a number of important goals for his team.
Certainly, the most important goal of the young talented player was last year when he helped the U-20 Fiji team to qualify for the 2023 U-20 FIFA World Cup – he scored the winning goal for Fiji in the semifinal march against New Caledonia, sealing the spot for Fiji to play their second-ever U-20 World Cup edition.
In interview to Oceania Football Center, the talented striker mentioned important news to Ba and Fijian football fans: as the Fijian football transfer window goes on, Begg stated for the local fans: “I am planning to stay in Ba, it is my hometown“, said the youngster – “there were some local teams that approached me, I can not disclose its names, but I decided to stay in my hometown“, completed Begg.
Although Begg is staying this season in Ba, the striker mentioned he plans to leave Fijian football to play overseas: “I received an offer from New Zealand. There’s a verbal agreement and I am just waiting the final or World Cup to move abroad“, stated the young player.
Begg will be one of the key players for Fiji in the U-20 World Cup to be played in Indonesia from May to June. After participating in the tournament, Begg may join an overseas-based club as stated.
As a final message for his fans, Begg mentioned: “I ask the fans to have trust in us, the young boys. We will give everything we have thus upcoming season“, said the 18 year-old.