Georges Gope-Fenepej: back to a good level

🇫🇷 LIRE EN FRANÇAIS ICI Georges Gope-Fenepej is a 31 years old footballer from New Caledonia who is playing in France since 2012. He played for Troyes, US Boulogne and SC Amiens. He is currently playing for Le Mans in Ligue 2 – the second tier of French football. He can play as a wingerContinue reading “Georges Gope-Fenepej: back to a good level”

Hienghène Sport departs to Qatar

The Oceania representants in the FIFA Clubs World Cup Hienghène Sport departed today – 29th November – to Doha, Qatar where they will playing against the local champions Al-Sadd in the first round of the tournament. It is a do-or-die match for the OFC Champions League winners – a win would create history for theContinue reading “Hienghène Sport departs to Qatar”

Jean-Philippe SaĂŻko scores his first goal for Tasman United

🇫🇷 LIRE EN FRANÇAIS ICI The Tasman United new forward Jean-Philippe SaĂŻko scored his first goal for his new club in his fourth match in the season. Tasman shocked the New Zealand powerhouse Team Wellington to score their first three points in the table of ISPS Handa Premiership. Until this game Tasman United did notContinue reading “Jean-Philippe SaĂŻko scores his first goal for Tasman United”

Hienghène Sport signs former Malampa Revivors midfielder

It was announced today by Nouvelle-CalĂ©donie 1. that the current OFC Champions League title holders Hienghène Sport added a new player to their squad in order to compete at FIFA Clubs World Cup to be played in December. The former Malampa Revivors player is the Japanese Kohei Matsumoto, that recently signed for Hamilton Wanderers inContinue reading “Hienghène Sport signs former Malampa Revivors midfielder”

ES Wacaele is relegated; Trio Kedeigne stills has a chance to keep at Mobil Super Ligue

🇫🇷 ici pour le texte français 🇫🇷 The catch-up match between Trio Kedeigne and AS Mont-Dore was played this weekend at Stade HnassĂ© in Lifou. Trio Kedeigne was looking for a win or a draw to keep their chances to avoid relegation alive in the first tier of football in New Caledonia. AS Mont-Dore couldContinue reading “ES Wacaele is relegated; Trio Kedeigne stills has a chance to keep at Mobil Super Ligue”

Hienghène disappoints at Coupe de France

🇫🇷 ici pour le texte en français 🇫🇷 A team coming from an overseas territory is never favourite to win when they are playing at Coupe de France – especially when they are playing in the mainland, but surely the fantastic season Hienghène had so far put the expectations in the New Caledonian side higher.Continue reading “Hienghène disappoints at Coupe de France”

Hienghène Sport looks for more glories now in Coupe de France

🇫🇷 Ici en Français 🇫🇷 The dream of Hienghène Sport will continue: the club won the 2019 edition of Coupe de CalĂ©donie after beating 5-3 AS Lössi in the grand final match. The trophy was not the only prize they received for their succes, a spot in the 7th round of the Coupe de FranceContinue reading “Hienghène Sport looks for more glories now in Coupe de France”

Hienghène wins Mobil Super League; battle against relegation continues

The Mobil Super Ligue got to know their new champions in the previous saturday when Hienghène Sport finally complete the treble and won the national league. The club from the north of New Caledonia had three chances to seal their title – failling against their rivals AS Magenta, Tiga Sport but at the last roundContinue reading “Hienghène wins Mobil Super League; battle against relegation continues”

Hienghène Sport conqueers national glory and completes the treble

🇫🇷 Lire en français ici After two matches that the club from north of New Caledonia could not confirm their lead in Mobil Super Ligue and seal their third in the season, the final round could see finally the current champions of OFC Champions League and Coupe de CalĂ©donie to conqueer the national glory afterContinue reading “Hienghène Sport conqueers national glory and completes the treble”

Hienghène draws and title battle goes for last round in New Caledonia

🇫🇷 Lire en français ici Hienghène Sport just needed one more win to seal the Mobil Super Ligue – the top tier of football in New Caledonia – title. The current OFC Champions League winners faced Tiga Sport in the Stade Numa Daly. Despite having lots of good goalscoring opportunities, the team from the northContinue reading “Hienghène draws and title battle goes for last round in New Caledonia”