Telekom S-League: Phillip Mango awarded best goalkeeper of the season

Phillip Mango’s performance in the Telekom S-League season 2022/23 earned him the prestigious Golden Glove award. The Central Coast goalkeeper was a key player in his team’s success, helping them finish third in the league standings.

Mango’s exceptional form saw him named the best goalkeeper of the season, a testament to his hard work and dedication on and off the pitch. His leadership and composure in the box were crucial to Central Coast’s defensive stability, and his impressive shot-stopping ability played a significant role in the team’s success. Mango is also the team captain of Central Coast.

Despite his club commitments, Mango also found time to represent his country at the international level. He is part of the Solomon Islands national team that competed in the Tri-Nations friendly tournament in Fiji, what made him not avalaible at the Awards Night in Honiara to get his Golden Glove award.The experienced goalkeeper has played for his national team 26 times, demonstrating his talent and skill on the international stage.

Phillip Mango – OFC Media

Mango’s achievements in the OFC Champions League are also noteworthy. He was a vital player for Central Coast in the last edition of the tournament in 2022, where he helped his team reach the semifinals. His performances in the tournament caught the attention of many, and he was recognized as one of the best goalkeepers in the region.

Mango has proven himself to be one of the best goalkeepers in the Telekom S-League and the region, and his performances have earned him recognition and respect from his peers and fans alike. With his skills and experience, there is no doubt that he will continue to excel at both the club and international levels for years to come.


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