Ali Mekawir, the 22-year-old striker from Solomon Islands, is set to return to his home country to play for his former club, Waneagu United, in the upcoming season of the Telekom S-League. Mekawir had previously played in Australia before moving to the United Arab Emirates to play for TFA Dubai.
During his time in the UAE, Mekawir had some success on the field, scoring a goal in a friendly match against the China U-23 side. He also had the opportunity to represent his country, playing for the Solomon Islands national team in the FIFA Window international friendly matches against Fiji and Vanuatu. The team managed to win all of their matches, and Mekawir scored in the 4-1 over Fiji U-20.
Although he was initially considered for the provisional list of the current champions Solomon Warriors, Mekawir ultimately decided to join his former club, Waneagu United, for the upcoming Telekom S-League season as he was seen participating in the team’s training sessions, indicating that his decision to get back to playing for Waneagu – his last club in Solomon Islands before moving overseas.
Mekawir’s return to Waneagu United is sure to be a boost for the team as they look to compete in the upcoming season of the Telekom S-League. With his experience playing in Australia and the UAE, and his success with the national team, Mekawir brings a wealth of talent and skill to the team, and fans are excited to see what he can accomplish on the field.