The 2020-21 ISPS Handa Men’s Premiership is set to kick-off this month and the eight participating teams are looking for new players to strengthen their squads for the upcoming season. One of the most traditional football teams from New Zealand, Waitakere United, confirmed that Fijian player Samuela Kautoga joined the team.
Kautoga is a 33-year-old defender with great experience. He last played for Western Springs at Lotto NRFL Premier Men’s, one of the most important regional leagues from New Zealand. He was a regular starter at Springs and he played five matches in the season as the league was cancelled due to restrictions caused by COVID-19 pandemics.
Fijian defender Scott Wara on trial with Newcastle United from England;
Fijian youngster Kishan Sami on trial with Auckland City
He also played 16 matches for Fiji National Team from 2007 to 2017. Now he is ready to strengthen Waitakere City in 2020-21 ISPS Handa Men’s Premiership. Waitakere’s first match of the season will be against Canterbury United on November 14. You can check the full league schedule by clicking here.