Azariah Soromon, Vanuatu international striker, cameback from injury and is now training with his team Suva in Fiji. Soromon was in excellent form before he sustained an injury that was expected to keep him out of the game for at least four weeks. However, he has managed to recover in just 20 days of rehabilitation.
Soromon, who previously played for Tupuji Imere back in Vanuatu, has already scored this season in the Digicel Fiji Premier League, and he is eager to combine with his compatriot Alex Saniel upfront in their upcoming fixtures in the national league. Saniel scored a double in Suva’s last match, and Soromon is looking forward to playing alongside him – as stated by the striker in an interview to Oceania Football Center.
Unfortunately, due to his injury, Soromon missed the Tri-Nations friendly tournament where he was called up to represent his country. However, he is now fully fit and ready to help Suva in their upcoming matches.
Fans of Suva and Vanuatu will be eagerly awaiting Soromon’s return to the field and hoping that he can continue his excellent form from before his injury. Soromon has proven to be a vital player for his team, and his return will be a huge boost to Suva’s chances of success this season.