Fijian wonder boy Roy Krishna has acknowledged Fiji Football Association in his success to win the dual award in Wellington Phoenix A-League.
In an email to Fiji FA chief executive Mohammed Yusuf, Krishna thanked Fiji FA for always supporting him in his football career.
“Few people have the privilege of having such a support. I am beyond lucky to have you guys in my life in whichever way you helped me in my football career. Thank you for being there for me yet again. Will continue to work harder and make my nation proud. “Krishna wrote
Yusuf said Krishna has not only made Fiji FA proud but the entire nation scooping two major awards.
The president Rajesh Patel and members of the Fiji FA Board together with National Team Management and members whole heartedly congratulates Krishna on winning the two awards during Wellington Phoenix Awards Night a fortnight ago.
The Siberia-Labasa lad has capped a personal roller-coaster season at the Wellington Phoenix by being named the club’s A-League player of the year.
Krishna, 30, won the main prize at the annual awards and his fourth-round thunderbolt against the Brisbane Roar was also deemed the team’s goal of the year.
Believed to be considering outside offers, he eventually agreed to a one-season extension to stay in Wellington.
Krishna notched four goals and five assists in 21 appearances this season