Claude Aru, a talented midfielder from the Vanuatu national team, has officially been announced as a new player for the Ba in Fiji. Aru had been playing for the North Efate United team in the PVFA Premier League before he caught the attention of the Ba coaching staff during Inter-District Championship last year that the playeer represented Ba. After impressing the team with his skills and performance, he was offered a spot on the Men in Black, as Ba is commonly known, for the 2023 entire season.
Ba is the most successful club in Fiji, being the biggest winner of the national championship and also taking several regional titles. Aru will be joining a team with a rich history and high expectations for success. He is expected to bring his skills and experience to the team and contribute to their ongoing success.
Prior to his move to Ba, Aru played for the Malampa Revivors in Vanuatu, where he achieved many local titles and also represented the club in the OFC Champions League. With his experience at the local and regional levels, Aru is well-positioned to make a significant impact on Ba’s performance in the coming seasons.
Aru’s addition to the Ba team is expected to strengthen their midfield and bolster their overall performance. He is known for his technical skills, good passing and ability to control the game, and is likely to become a key player for the team. His move to Ba also represents an important step in the growing relationship between football clubs in Vanuatu and Fiji, and could pave the way for future collaboration and player transfers between the two countries.