Michael Tumua Leo, the 20-year-old forward of Lupe o le Soaga, is quickly making a name for himself in Oceania football. His impressive performance in the OFC Champions League qualifying stage has led his team to the forefront of the battle for a place in the group stage, with Tumua Leo scoring an incredible six goals in just two matches.
What sets Tumua Leo apart is his special physical attributes, coupled with his incredible speed and skill. He is a natural goal scorer with a great finishing ability, making him a formidable player on the field. Tumua Leo has already proven himself in the OFC Champions League, having played in it before, and has been a top scorer in the Samoan national league, playing for Vaipuna SC in 2022.
Tumua Leo’s talent has not gone unnoticed, as he was picked up by Lupe o le Soaga to play at an international level. He even scored a goal against the U-23 New Zealand side in 2019 when playing for his country in the OFC Olympic Qualifiers. According to his coach, Paul Ualesi, the aim for Tumua Leo in the coming months is to represent his team well in the OFC Champions League and move overseas to a club with better facilities to further develop his talent.
With his impressive skills and potential, Tumua Leo could be the next star of Samoa football, representing the country on the world stage and inspiring future generations of footballers.