Azariah Soromon sidelined due injury; Suva and Vanuatu to miss key striker

Azariah Soromon, the talented striker from Vanuatu, has been ruled out of action for four weeks due to injury. This unfortunate news has come as a blow to both his club Suva in Fiji and his national team, who will miss his services in the upcoming Tri-Nations series to be played in Lautoka, Fiji.

Soromon, who has been in good form for Suva, played a key role in their recent qualification for the OFC Champions League group stage. His absence will be sorely felt by the club, as well as by the Vanuatu national team, who will face Fiji and Solomon Islands in the friendly tournament.

Soromon in international duties – OFC Media

Vanuatu, who are looking to build a strong team for future competitions, were hoping to rely on Soromon’s skills and experience in the Tri-Nations series. His injury comes as a setback for the team, who will have to regroup and find a way to cope without him.

Despite his absence, Vanuatu will be hoping to put on a strong performance in the Tri-Nations series, and make a statement in South Paficic football. All teams involved in the friendly tournament are looking to get ready for the Pacific Games to be played this year in Honiara, Solomon Islands.


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