Fijian international Anish Khem moves to Australia

Fijian international defender Anish Khem has made a move to Australia’s Victoria State League 3 side Frankston Pines, which is sure to generate a lot of interest amongst football fans in the region. Khem, who has previously played for Rewa and Suva, joined the club earlier this month and is expected to make a significantContinue reading “Fijian international Anish Khem moves to Australia”

Lautoka set to lose Arami Manumanubai to Australian club

Bad news for Lautoka. It was confirmed that 21-year defender Arami Manumanubai is set to leave the club to play in Australia when the borders reopen. Manumanubai will join Asaeli Batikasa, Peni Tuigulagula, Savenaca Baledrokadroka, Tito Vodowaqa at Frankston Pines FC. It was reported in February that he could be joining Pines with these fourContinue reading “Lautoka set to lose Arami Manumanubai to Australian club”

Vodowaqa scores four times in Australia

One of the nominees for 2019 Fijian Footballer of the Year award, young and talented Tito Vodowaqa is making his first steps abroad as a footballer as he recently signed with Frankston Pines from Australia. The 20-year-old forward played a friendly match last week alongside his countrymen Savenaca Baledrokadroka, Asaeli Batikasa and Peni Tuigulagula andContinue reading “Vodowaqa scores four times in Australia”

Fijian players start their challenge in Australia

Four Fijian players have recently signed for Australian outfit Frankston Pines – a very good opportunity for them to keep their development in the sport. Peni Tuigulagula, Asaeli Batikasa, Savenaca Baledrokadroka and Tito Vodowaqa are the Fijian players signed by the club to represent them in State League Division 3 in Victoria football league system.Continue reading “Fijian players start their challenge in Australia”

Fijian players finally arrive in Australia

After lots of rumours, four Fijian players arrived in Australia to play for Frankston Pines. Peni Tuigulagula, Asaeli Batikasa, Savenaca Baledrokadroka and Tito Vodowaqa are ready to represent the Australian team. According to Pines’ head coach Kevin Taylor, all four players are going to debut in a practice match tomorrow evening against Beaumaris SC. GoalkeeperContinue reading “Fijian players finally arrive in Australia”

Fijian players confirmed in Australian team

After lots of rumours, four Fijian players are ready to move to Australia and play for Frankston Pines FC, a football team that currently plays the State League 3 of the football league system in Victoria region. According to reliable sources, the visas have been granted and the players will be travelling to Australia soon.Continue reading “Fijian players confirmed in Australian team”

Shivam Naidu linked to multiple teams

Lautoka rising star Shivam Naidu is ready to leave the Baby Blues. He is being linked to multiple teams from three different countries: Fiji, Australia and Singapore. It is being reported that Shivam Naidu might join Australian side Frankston Pines alongside with Savenaca Baledrokadroka, Tito Vodowaqa, Mohammed Alam and Kishan Sami. He is also beingContinue reading “Shivam Naidu linked to multiple teams”

Fijian players ready to play in Australia

As it was previously reported, Fiji Football Association set a partnership to send young Fijian players to Australia. Five players are going to join Frankston Pine FC in January: Ba midfielder Kishan Sami, Nasinu goalkeeper Mohammed Alzaar Alam, Rewa midfielder Savenaca Baledrokadroka, Lauto­ka midfielder Shivam Naidu and Nadi striker Tito Vodowaqa. All of them playedContinue reading “Fijian players ready to play in Australia”

Australian doors open for Fijian players

Fiji Football Association set a partnership with Multi-Cultural Sports Association, Victoria Football and Frankston Pines FC to send young Fijian players to Australia. It was an initiative made by Voreqe Bainimarama (Fijian prime minister) during a visit to Australia back in October. This initiative is backed by DFAT (Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade) inContinue reading “Australian doors open for Fijian players”