Fijian international defender Anish Khem has made a move to Australia’s Victoria State League 3 side Frankston Pines, which is sure to generate a lot of interest amongst football fans in the region. Khem, who has previously played for Rewa and Suva, joined the club earlier this month and is expected to make a significant contribution to the team. Khem’s move to Frankston Pines is the latest in a string of transfers of Fijian players to the club.
Khem has already represented Fiji three times internationally, including in the last FIFA OFC World Cup qualifying tournament – Fiji was knocked out in the group stage of the qualifiers.
The defender is also an Olympian; he played for Fiji in the men’s football tournament at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, which is considered one of the biggest feats in Fijian football history. This experience is sure to benefit Frankston Pines, who will be eager to take advantage of Khem’s skills and knowledge.
Overall, Anish Khem’s move to Frankston Pines is a significant development for both the player and the club. It represents an exciting opportunity for Khem to showcase his talents in a new environment, while also providing Frankston Pines with an experienced player who can help them achieve their goals on the field.