New Zealand says goodbye to the World Cup dream

New Zealand took the field last Tuesday – 16th June – against Costa Rica at the Al Rayyan Stadium in Doha, Qatar with the dream of going to the World Cup for the third time in their history – the second time in twelve years. Considering Costa Rica’s aging squad that started poorly in theContinue reading “New Zealand says goodbye to the World Cup dream”

Chris Wood makes history as New Zealand beats Fiji in the WCQ

New Zealand and Fiji clashed on Sunday in the second round of OFC World Cup qualifiers at the Qatar SC Stadium. The All Whites were overwhelming favorites for the match and made sure to show it on the pitch by dominating the actions from the first minute of the game. The first chance came withContinue reading “Chris Wood makes history as New Zealand beats Fiji in the WCQ”

Lewis and McGarry set to join Wellington Phoenix

The next Hyundai A-League season will start in December, but Wellington Phoenix are already looking for new footballers to strengthen their squad for 2020-21 – and there are two young players that are set to join the team for the next season: Clayton Lewis and James McGarry. According to Stuff, both players are understood toContinue reading “Lewis and McGarry set to join Wellington Phoenix”

Clayton Lewis targets Tokyo Olympics as he explains his return to New Zealand

Clayton Lewis is one of New Zealand’s most important players. The 23-year-old midfielder has already represented his country fourteen times and guided the OlyWhites to a spot in the men’s football tournament of Tokyo Olympics in 2021. The former Scunthorpe United footballer recently played for Auckland United in the NRFL Premier League before the leagueContinue reading “Clayton Lewis targets Tokyo Olympics as he explains his return to New Zealand”