It’s do or die: Fiji and Papua New Guinea play their FIFA World Cup hopes

There are not more excuses for Fijians and Papuan New Guineans in Qatar: it is do or die. If they want to keep their dream alive to travel back to Qatar but this time by the end of the team to a historic first-ever FIFA World Cup appearance, they just can not fail now –Continue reading “It’s do or die: Fiji and Papua New Guinea play their FIFA World Cup hopes”

Sami and Cavuilagi to miss decisive match against Papua New Guinea

The Fiji Football Association announced very bad news for the fans of the Bula Boys; two players are set to miss the most important match so far for the Fijians. The Rewa’s Kishan Sami and Lautoka’s Sitiveni Cavuilagi will not be available for the head coach Flemming Serritslev against Papua New Guinea. Sami was aContinue reading “Sami and Cavuilagi to miss decisive match against Papua New Guinea”

Sairusi Nalaubu shines as Fiji defeats New Caledonia in Doha

Fiji and New Caledonia clashed last friday in Doha and the Bula Boys earned three important points aiming the semifinals of FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. The team coached by Flemming Serritslev opened the scoreboard in the first minutes of the game when Sairusi Nalaubu found the net after stealing the ball from New Caledonia’s defenderContinue reading “Sairusi Nalaubu shines as Fiji defeats New Caledonia in Doha”

Exclusive interview with Fiji’s Flemming Serritslev

Oceania Football Center had the opportunity of a telephone interview with the head coach of Fiji’s national team, Flemming Serritslev before the highly anticipated World Cup qualifying tournament in Qatar. He is a man with great ambitions for Fiji and is very passionate about the development of football in Oceania. How is the weather downContinue reading “Exclusive interview with Fiji’s Flemming Serritslev”

Fiji: 18-year-old English-based player is called up to the Bula Boys

More news came from the Fiji national team camp in Ba today; the most recent addition to the squad was the Labasa’s man Ilisoni Logaivau, as recently stated by Oceania Football Center, but unfortunately for Logaivau he sustained an injury in his team most recent match against Rewa: “Our medical team, after getting his scanContinue reading “Fiji: 18-year-old English-based player is called up to the Bula Boys”

Fiji: Ba president steps down

The most victorious football club from Fiji is definitively not having a good start of season at Digicel Premier League – and also in this week, the Ba Football Association announced Rynal Kumar, now former president of the association, stepped down from his role. “Rynal Kumar has resigned from his position as President of BaContinue reading “Fiji: Ba president steps down”

Roy Krishna returns to action in Indian Super League

The best Fijian footballer of all-time, Roy Krishna, missed a total of five games for his club in ATK Mohun Bagan in India; the striker was sidelined due an injury that forced the player to stop his prolific form in the most important football league of the South Asian region. Just days after being confirmedContinue reading “Roy Krishna returns to action in Indian Super League”

Fijian goalkeeper heads to Australian A-League

There is some hope for the future for the Fijian football fans, especially when it comes to the goalkeeping position: recently it was announced by Football Queensland that the Fijian goalkeeper Ryan Mudaliar moved from NPL’s side Brisbane Striker to the A-League club Western United. The young goalkeeper caught interest from a club of theContinue reading “Fijian goalkeeper heads to Australian A-League”

Roy Krishna: a history maker

Even before the COVID-19 crisis that shocked the world, a Labasa-born footballer was making history overseas; arguably the most important Fijian football player ever, Roy Krishna was named the best player of the 2018/19 Australian A-League season playing for the Wellington Phoenix. In that season, the striker also turned himself into the all-time top scorerContinue reading “Roy Krishna: a history maker”

Solomon Islands’ talented striker Marlon Tahioa joins Labasa

Former Nasinu striker Marlon Tahioa is the most recent signing of Labasa for 2021 season; the Solomon Islands’ player impressed last year playing for the Giant Killers and caught attention of many teams in Fijian’s top-tier. Nasinu was relagated to Vodafone Senior League, but the Solomon Islander was an outstanding player in the season –Continue reading “Solomon Islands’ talented striker Marlon Tahioa joins Labasa”