James Egeta: putting a smile in Solomon Islanders face

James Egeta is an important players of Solomon Islands National Futsal Team. The 29 years old player already played three Futsal World Cups (2008, 2012 and 2016) and will probably play his fourth in 2020. He started his career more than ten years ago and he played his first Futsal World Cup with just 18Continue reading “James Egeta: putting a smile in Solomon Islanders face”

Benny Hungai: the international farewell of a legend

Vanuatu finished the OFC Futsal Nations Cup in the 6th place. This may not be a result to be celebrated but this tournament will be always remembered with some good memories by the fans: it was the last international competition played by Benny Hungai. Hungai is greatest ni-van futsal player of all time. He isContinue reading “Benny Hungai: the international farewell of a legend”

Tommy Semmy: a story of a hardworker

To achieve success in any areas of our lives we really need to battle to reach the expectations we have. Although not always our efforts can guarantee us our aims, without trying the best we can we are surely not going to obtain what we are hoping for. The football world might be cruel forContinue reading “Tommy Semmy: a story of a hardworker”

Siotame Kubu: a hero’s tale

Siotame Kubu had an amazing year in Fijian football. The 25 years old forward was Labasa’s top scorer in 2019 with twelve goals and helped them to win two trophies through the year: Battle of the Giants in August and Inter-District Championship in October. It is Labasa’s best season ever and a successful campaign comesContinue reading “Siotame Kubu: a hero’s tale”

Jean-Philippe Saiko: making New Caledonia proud

🇫🇷 Lire en français ici New Caledonian football reached a lot of important achievements in the recent history of Oceania football: played their first FIFA tournament in the 2017 edition of U17 World Cup held India, reached the finals of OFC Nations Cup 2012 and the semifinals of the last edition in 2017, earned theContinue reading “Jean-Philippe Saiko: making New Caledonia proud”

George Stevenson: experience to help the Kurukuru

The dominance of Solomon Islands at continental level in Oceania is clear: the last three editions of the FIFA Futsal World Cup, the representant of OFC were the Kurukuru – winning all qualyfing tournaments in Oceania, taking the slot FIFA guarantees to OFC at the most important Futsal world event. Currently ranked 48th at FIFAContinue reading “George Stevenson: experience to help the Kurukuru”

Jonathan Spokeyjack: “Vanuatu was prepared for New Zealand”

Since Australia left the Oceania Football Confederation in 2006, New Zealand took the spot as top team in the region and turned into the big task of all other 10 countries to challenge their clubs and national teams at the Confederation tournaments. So on, just twice clubs from outside New Zealand won the OFC ChampionsContinue reading “Jonathan Spokeyjack: “Vanuatu was prepared for New Zealand””

Brian Kaltak: an inspiration for Pacific people

Solomon Islands U17 defender Charlton Totori recently said that Brian Kaltak is his favourite defender – He has great vision in the game and he is also a melanesian like me – said Totori to Raw Sports Newspaper. Totori is one of the called-up players for FIFA U17 World Cup that will be held inContinue reading “Brian Kaltak: an inspiration for Pacific people”

Rodrigo Morais: Brazilian Wanderers’ power for ISPS Handa Premiership

Despite having numerous South Americans in the ISPS Handa Premiership, it’s not every day we see a Brazilian player in New Zealand’s top league. The last known Brazilian to play in the league was Luiz Del Monte, who played for Auckland City and Waitakere United – his last appearance was in 2013. This season, weContinue reading “Rodrigo Morais: Brazilian Wanderers’ power for ISPS Handa Premiership”