Brian Kaltak’s Central Coast Mariners qualify for continental football next season

The team of Vanuatu national team captain Brian Kaltak has qualified for continental football, following an impressive performance by the Central Coast Mariners in the A-League. The Mariners secured their spot in the next edition of the AFC Cup, the second most important tournament in the Asian Football Confederation, after finishing second in the table of the Australian top-tier league.

The Mariners sealed their place in the AFC Cup after an outstanding 4-1 victory over Adelaide United in the final matchday of the regular season. This result not only secured their place in the continental competition but also confirmed their place in the semi-final of the A-League.

Kaltak in action – CCM Media

For Kaltak, this is a significant achievement, as he will become only the second Pacific Islander after Fijian star Roy Krishna to play international football in Asia. This is a remarkable feat for the Vanuatu national team captain and a great opportunity for him to showcase his skills on the continental stage.

The Mariners will now wait for the winners of the elimination final between Adelaide United and Wellington Phoenix to know their opponents in the semi-finals of the A-League. This is a great chance for the team to continue their impressive form and reach the final of the competition.


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