2020 OFC Champions League is cancelled

The 2020 OFC Champions League is officially cancelled. The Executive Committee of the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) has taken the decision to cancel the remaining phases of the tournament. Champions League’s group stage was contested earlier this year. However, the knock-out stage could not take place due to COVID-19 pandemics that forced countries to establishContinue reading “2020 OFC Champions League is cancelled”

Gagame Feni ineligible to play for Galaxy FC if 2020 OFC Champions League resumes

Gagame Feni is one of the most talented footballers from Solomon Islands. The 27-year-old forward recently left Galaxy FC from Vanuatu to join Laugu United from his homeland as he is currently stuck in the country due to border restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemics. It is already confirmed that Feni is Laugu United’s squadContinue reading “Gagame Feni ineligible to play for Galaxy FC if 2020 OFC Champions League resumes”

OFC announces new calendar changes

🇫🇷 Français The Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Executive Committee reached an agreement to change the tournament calendar for 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19 pandemics as the borders of Oceanian countries remain closed or have extremely limited access. It was reported by the Confederation that they are going to submit a proposal to FIFA forContinue reading “OFC announces new calendar changes”

OFC Champions League: new schedule proposal under discussion

🇫🇷 Français OFC Champions League is the biggest club competition in Oceania. The current edition of the continental tournament was stopped due to COVID-19 pandemics and the upcoming matches are not scheduled yet. However, Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) organized an on-line meeting with clubs and federations on Wednesday to discuss about this issue. The 2020Continue reading “OFC Champions League: new schedule proposal under discussion”

What happened to Ba in 2020 OFC Champions League?

Excitement, that was the perfect word to describe Ba FC when they have announced Ricki Herbert as their head coach for 2020 OFC Champions League. However it was worse than a nightmare and Ba finished the group stage in the last position with a shameful campaign. It has been three months since OFC Champions LeagueContinue reading “What happened to Ba in 2020 OFC Champions League?”

OFC to take final decision about 2020 OFC Champions League

While football is slowly resuming in Oceanian countries, the situation of many continental tournaments is still unknown. It was already confirmed that 2020 OFC U-17 Women’s Championship was cancelled but there is no news regarding other tournaments. However there is a light on the horizon as Oceania Football Confederation announced that a decision regarding theContinue reading “OFC to take final decision about 2020 OFC Champions League”

The biggest shame of Ba history

We could have been here praising an organized team, well-managed that brought in the right pieces to compose a team good enough to proceed to the knock-out stage in a hard group having the likes of Auckland City and AS VĂ©nus. If we could not be celebrating a good campaign, we could at least praiseContinue reading “The biggest shame of Ba history”

Unrecognizable Ba defeated by Lupe o le Soaga in historic result

Do not let the final score trick you, Ba had an awful performance. Lupe o le Soaga took advantage of a ridiculous Ba in the first half to score four goals. The Men in Black tried to recover in second half but it was not enough to tie the match as they were just anContinue reading “Unrecognizable Ba defeated by Lupe o le Soaga in historic result”

AS Magenta debuts in a do-or-die match for newcomers Tiare Tahiti

Due the withdrawal of Tupapa Maraerenga from the group stage of OFC Champions League, the current runners-up of the tournament AS Magenta is the only club that is still to debut in the competition after the first matchday of all groups in the process. The first group C match result in Stade Numa Daly givesContinue reading “AS Magenta debuts in a do-or-die match for newcomers Tiare Tahiti”

AS VĂ©nus will count on home crowd against Auckland as Stade de Mahina is cleared for second matchday

The second matchday of OFC Champions League group D will have a new venue – the expected venue before the start of the tournament. Stade de Mahina is cleared for the rest of the competition after heavy rains made the pitch unplayable for the first two matches of the pool. The both 6-0 matches wereContinue reading “AS VĂ©nus will count on home crowd against Auckland as Stade de Mahina is cleared for second matchday”