Fiji Soccer Captain, Roy Krishna has left for Goa today from New Zealand to spend two weeks in quarantine before he joins his Indian Super League club, ATK Mohun Bagan.
Krishna shared the news on his social media site that it’s been over three weeks since he left his hometown and came to New Zealand for two weeks quarantine.
It’s been over 3 weeks since I left my hometown. A crazy journey including numerous covid tests, delays in flights and quarantine. I’m now finally on my way to India. First stop Delhi before I get to Goa where I will quarantine for two weeks again before I can take the pitch. Thankful for the journey so far and excited about what’s ahead.ROY KRISHNA FACBOOK
He came to New Zealand on the 24th of September.
November is the tentative start date for the new season of the ISL, with Krishna expected to join the club for pre-season training soon.
ATK Mohun Bagan is owned by Indian business tycoon, Sanjiv Goenk