Resilience: Lae City knew how to deal with problems to win national title

It has been three days since Lae City have beaten Vitiaz United by 1-0 to clinch 2019-20 Papua New Guinea National Soccer League’s title, but fans continue to celebrate the national title – the sixth in a row. Although they lost only one game in the season, winning this title was not as easy asContinue reading “Resilience: Lae City knew how to deal with problems to win national title”

Lae City Claim Sixth Title After Professional and Polished Performance against Vitiaz

The excitement that led up to the 2019–20 Papua New Guinea National Soccer League Grand Final this Saturday, 10 October, did not lead to disappointment, as Lae City and Vitiaz United played out a thrilling, albeit low-scoring, Grand Final, with the experience of Lae City eventually overcoming the pluckiness of Vitiaz United in a high-qualityContinue reading “Lae City Claim Sixth Title After Professional and Polished Performance against Vitiaz”

Lae City’s Alwin Komolong receives controversial red card

Lae City continues at the top of the PNG National Soccer League as they won their latest match against Morobe Wawens at Sir Ignatius Kilage Stadium by 2-0. A number of referee mistakes happened in this match, being probrably one of them a red card given to Lae City’s top-player Alwin Komolong. The PNG KapulsContinue reading “Lae City’s Alwin Komolong receives controversial red card”

Alwin Komolong scores his first goal for Lae City FC

The 13th matchweek of 2019-20 Papua New Guinea National Soccer League was contested on last Saturday as two matches were played in Lae and three matches were played in Port Moresby. Lae City and Vitiaz United are still sharing the first position in the table with 29 points each as you can check here. LaeContinue reading “Alwin Komolong scores his first goal for Lae City FC”

Alwin Komolong officially back to football in Papua New Guinea

The 2019-20 Papua New Guinea National Soccer League resumed this weekend and Lae City are the new league leaders after smashing Gulf Komara by 5-0. This match marked some important moments like Alwin Komolong‘s first official match for Lae. It was Komolong’s first official match since he left Fortuna Köln from Germany in the lastContinue reading “Alwin Komolong officially back to football in Papua New Guinea”

Lae City: Defense vs. Attack

The reigning national champions of Papua New Guinea have recently been involved in a series of incidents that have drastically changed the team’s structure and history: Lae City achieved success through the leadership of head coach Peter Gunemba, who counted on players such as Nigel Dabinyaba, Ronald Warisan and Raymond Gunemba – Lae City wonContinue reading “Lae City: Defense vs. Attack”

Alwin Komolong joins Lae City

After many rumours, Papua New Guinean defender Alwin Komolong has officially signed with Lae City. He joins his brother Felix to help the team in the upcoming challenges. Komolong wrote this statement on social media about signing with his new team – “Glad to finally put pen to paper at Lae City FC. Thank youContinue reading “Alwin Komolong joins Lae City”

Komolong brothers confirmed at Lae City FC

Lots of questions were raised about the possibility of Alwin Komolong not head back to Lae City for the second round of PNG National Soccer League. The defensive-duo recently signed for the Lae-based team to represent the franchise in the second part of the season in national league. Despite the confirmations, Alwin departed to FijiContinue reading “Komolong brothers confirmed at Lae City FC”

Why did Ba sign Alwin Komolong?

One of the top Papua New Guinean defenders, Alwin Komolong, was recently signed by Ba to represent the Fijian team at OFC Champions League. It was surprising for the Oceania football community as the defender was announced as a new player of Lae City back in his country weeks before his move to Fiji. DespiteContinue reading “Why did Ba sign Alwin Komolong?”

PNG Transfer Window to open for a week on Sunday

The window for players to move clubs in this season’s Papua New Guinea National Soccer League will open after the final match of the first round of fixtures on Saturday, before slamming shut just five days later before the second round kicks-off. During this time, any players who have already arrived at their clubs onContinue reading “PNG Transfer Window to open for a week on Sunday”