It’s do or die: Fiji and Papua New Guinea play their FIFA World Cup hopes

There are not more excuses for Fijians and Papuan New Guineans in Qatar: it is do or die. If they want to keep their dream alive to travel back to Qatar but this time by the end of the team to a historic first-ever FIFA World Cup appearance, they just can not fail now –Continue reading “It’s do or die: Fiji and Papua New Guinea play their FIFA World Cup hopes”

Cook Islands return to international football after seven years

After seven long years the Cook Islands senior national team is back on the field for the World Cup qualifiers to be held in Qatar. It will be the first time that the national team from the small Pacific archipelago will play outside Oceania. In Qatar, Cook Islands will have the return of five playersContinue reading “Cook Islands return to international football after seven years”

Papua New Guinea hopes to repeat 2016 heroic campaign

Papua New Guinea’s national team traveled to Qatar today to compete in the World Cup qualifiers. 21 players plus the staff members departed from Port Moresby. Brazilian Marcos Gusmão will be the Kapuls coach. The last time the Papua New Guinea national team played an official match was at the Pacific Games 2019, where theyContinue reading “Papua New Guinea hopes to repeat 2016 heroic campaign”

Alex Chin: Tongan blood in Hong Kong

Alex Chin is a professional footballer who plays for South China, in the second tier of Hong Kong football league system. Despite being born in the Asian nation, the 22-year-old goalkeeper has the possibility to represent Tonga internationally, since his mother was born there. Chin began his career at Tai Po and played there untilContinue reading “Alex Chin: Tongan blood in Hong Kong”

AS Magenta/Hienghène domination came to an end in New Caledonia

🇫🇷 Français The atypical season in New Caledonia was finished last weekend at Stade Yoshida, Koné. Four teams were in the battle for the title and spots in the next OFC Champions League; after being forced to postpone the final matchweek due conflicts in the country, Tiga Sport, Horizon Patho and the powerful duo ASContinue reading “AS Magenta/Hienghène domination came to an end in New Caledonia”

Young Jesse Randall on top form for Hawke’s Bay United

The final matches of 2020 in New Zealand’s top league – ISPS Handa Premiership – marked the first points collected by the Napier-based side Hawke’s Bay United in the season. Despite losing all matches so far – after beating Waitakere United at home by 2-0 – one of their players is being highly praised throughoutContinue reading “Young Jesse Randall on top form for Hawke’s Bay United”

Lawson Tama Stadium awaits historical clash to decide ‘Solomon Cup’s king’

The final day of football action of 2020 in Solomon Islands will have the decisive clashes of the 2020 Solomon Cup; the first one will decide which side will end up with bronze in the traditional tournament – Makira Ulawa Kakamora or Isabel Frigates – and the final one, the awaited grand final, to sealContinue reading “Lawson Tama Stadium awaits historical clash to decide ‘Solomon Cup’s king’”

Roy Krishna enters in ‘All-time’ top goalscorers list of Indian Super League

The decorated Fijian star Roy Krishna has one more achivement to talk about in his already prolific football career – the striker is only in this second season in India, but he’s already the 9th player who most scored goals (19) in the Indian Super League. Krishna, that guided his side ATK Mohun Bagan, lastContinue reading “Roy Krishna enters in ‘All-time’ top goalscorers list of Indian Super League”

Sairusi Nalaubu ready to make the difference for Suva at Fiji FACT’s grand final

With five goals in four matches, Sairusi Nalaubu is the current top scorer of 2020 Fiji FACT. The 23-year-old forward is living the best moment of his career and now he has an important mission: to lead Suva against Nadi in Fiji FACT’s final. Last year, Nadi defeated Suva in the Fiji FACT final byContinue reading “Sairusi Nalaubu ready to make the difference for Suva at Fiji FACT’s grand final”

Avinesh Suwamy close to his first title with Nadi after a remarkable performance against Rewa

For the second straight year, Nadi and Suva are going to meet in Fiji FACT’s final. Last year, Nadi lifted the trophy after beating their opponents by 2-1 at Churchill Park in Lautoka. Now, both teams will be face to face again, this time at Subrail Park in Labasa. This year, Nadi are even stronger.Continue reading “Avinesh Suwamy close to his first title with Nadi after a remarkable performance against Rewa”