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”

Marika Rodu to focus on women’s football as he steps down Rewa’s head coach position

After having a succesful season in 2020, guiding Rewa to return to the OFC Champions League as the Delta Tigers finished second on Fiji Vodafone Premier League, the head coach Marika Rodu decided to leave the club in order to focus on women’s football, Rodu will continue with his position as Fiji women’s national teamContinue reading “Marika Rodu to focus on women’s football as he steps down Rewa’s head coach position”

Kamal Swamy confirmed as new Ba head coach

It was recently informed by Oceania Football Center, former Nadi head coach Kamal Swamy was close to a deal with Ba. The rumours had been confirmed by Ba Football Association yesterday in a statement in their official social media account – Swamy accepted the challenge to guide Ba back to the winning ways after aContinue reading “Kamal Swamy confirmed as new Ba head coach”

Ravinesh Kumar appointed new Nadi head coach

New season and new head coach for the Jetsetters; Nadi FA recently informed that Kamal Swamy had stepped down of his position and they were quick to react the departure of Swamy. The replacement for the experienced head coach will the former Lautoka head coach Ravinesh Kumar. The former Techinical Director of Fiji Football AssociationContinue reading “Ravinesh Kumar appointed new Nadi head coach”

Kamal Swamy set to take Ba’s head coach spot

Recently the Fijian football scenario got to know Ba’s then head coach departed from the team; Ronil Kumar, in a statement relesed by Ba Football Association in social media, confirmed the 36-year-old was not anymore the head coach of the team. As Kumar departed, one name seems to be very close to accept terms andContinue reading “Kamal Swamy set to take Ba’s head coach spot”

Ba: Ronil Kumar steps down of head coach position

Important news erupted in Fijian football scenario this Tuesday reporting Ronil Kumar is no longer Ba’s head coach. The most prestigious football club of Fiji had a disappointing 2020 season as the Men in Black did not win any major tournament either qualified for the 2021 OFC Champions League. The still 36-year-old coach finished hisContinue reading “Ba: Ronil Kumar steps down of head coach position”

Fiji: Champion vs. Champion series set to change venues due TC Yasa’s damage

The strong Tropical Cyclone that hit Fiji last week will probrably affect the start of the next football season in the country. The traditional Champion vs Champion series – that is played between the Vodafone Premier League champions against the Inter-District Championship winners – will be forced to change its venue. The both legs ofContinue reading “Fiji: Champion vs. Champion series set to change venues due TC Yasa’s damage”