OFC Olympic Qualifiers ‘Team of the Tournament’

The OFC Olympic Qualifiers was surely a very intense competition that spotlighted the most entertaining young prospects of the Oceania region. Some were not so known of the public, another ones already capped at their senior national teams battled for a spot at Tokyo 2020 Olympics’ Football Tournament. The grand final match that decided theContinue reading “OFC Olympic Qualifiers ‘Team of the Tournament’”

Wellington Phoenix starts A-League campaign against Western United

The unique full professional football team of Oceania starts their run at A-League – Australian football top tier – 2019/20 season against the newcomers Western United playing at home ground in Wellington. The Phoenix will be facing a very harsh challenge to receive back their former coach Mark Rudan after his polemical departure at theContinue reading “Wellington Phoenix starts A-League campaign against Western United”

Keana’s dream: is it over or just postponed?

The dream of playing a FIFA World Cup is over for Maxwell Keana. He was ruled out of U17 squad just two weeks before Solomon Islands’ debut in the World Cup that’s going to be held in Brazil. The 17 years old midfielder failed to a medical test which the whole squad underwent in aContinue reading “Keana’s dream: is it over or just postponed?”

Tony Kaltack: following Kensi Tangis steps in S-League

Tony Kaltack is having a brilliant start in Solomon Islands. The Ni-Van forward already scored 9 goals S-League, helping Solomon Warriors to reach the second place right after Henderson Eels. It’s not the first time that we see a Ni-Van forward scoring a lot of goals and being important for Solomon Warriors. Kensi Tangis alsoContinue reading “Tony Kaltack: following Kensi Tangis steps in S-League”

Tevita Koroi: Fijian “Rogério Ceni”

Rogério Ceni is one of the most successful goalkeepers of all time. He is the biggest idol of São Paulo Futebol Clube, one of the greatest teams in Brazil, winning 19 trophies in 25 years with Tricolor Paulista. He also capped 16 times for Brazil National Team, being part of 2002 World Cup champion squadContinue reading “Tevita Koroi: Fijian “Rogério Ceni””