The tall-defender Jason Thomas has a new team, or not that new to him: the Vanuatu international defender left iCount Yatel and returned to his boyhood club, Erakor Golden Star, where he has already achieved success.
Thomas has had a varied career in football so far, having played in Fiji and even spent some time in Cambodia. He has also represented Vanuatu at the U-20 World Cup in 2017, where he showcased his skills on the international stage.
Since returning to Erakor Golden Star, Thomas has wasted no time in making an impact. He made his debut in the team’s most recent 1-0 win over Tupuji Imere in the PVFA Premier League, and his experience and skills on the field were evident.
Thomas’s decision to return to his boyhood club has clearly paid off, as he has been able to find success and fulfillment in his football career. However, it has not always been smooth sailing for him. He recently had to take a break from football due to work commitments that took him to Australia, but he was able to come back and resume his career with Erakor Golden Star.