Solomon Islands: Benjamin Totori signs for Isabel United

Oceania football community is shaken by big news: former Wellington Phoenix, Lautoka and Ba striker Benjamin Totori is the new player of Isabel United, in the Telekom S-League in his home country. The Solomon Islander recently left his former club Ba after the OFC Champions League campaign. The information was confirmed by FC Isabel United social media account.

Totori playing Solomon Islands national team

The Solomon Islands international, the player who most scored goals ever in the OFC Champions League, has plenty of experience and will be certainly one of the most important players in the 2020 edition of the Solomon Islands top-tier league.

Recently, it was stated by Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) that Benjamin Totori and three other known players were suspended from Solomon Islands national football team – the player did not take part of the national team camp that happened before the COVID-19 pandemic. It is still unsure if the 34-year-old football legend will play for Solomon Islands in the upcoming FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.

Having been released by Ba FC (Fiji), Totori has been a free agent since returning from Fiji, he has already started training with the team as of this week. His presence amongst the team will surely be a good example & experience for our youthful side,” stated FC Isabel United in social media. The club was recently created and already took part of the last edition of the Telekom S-League, where they finished in the 4th place. The 2020 edition is set to start in the next month.

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