Vanuatu: PVFA Premier League’s resumption postponed

Bad news for football fans from Vanuatu: the 2019-20 PVFA Premier League’s resumption was postponed. The major football league from Port Vila – the capital of Vanuatu – is not going to resume on this weekend. According to reliable sources, there was a meeting with representants from local clubs and there was an agreement toContinue reading “Vanuatu: PVFA Premier League’s resumption postponed”

Vanuatu: 2019-20 PVFA Premier League set to resume on next week

After a busy July of celebrations and friendly tournaments in Vanuatu due to the 40th anniversary of country’s independence, football is ready to resume officially there as the 2019-20 PVFA Premier League – the main regional football league in Vanuatu – is set to resume on next week after an eight-month stoppage. The upcoming clashesContinue reading “Vanuatu: 2019-20 PVFA Premier League set to resume on next week”

Ifira BB and Galaxy to battle for PVFA Independence Cup glory

The grand final match of the PVFA Independence Cup in Vanuatu’s capital city Port Vila is decided: the powerful Galaxy FC will be taking on the traditional Ifira Black Bird. Both teams already met in the competition – in the group stage – and the result was a 2-2 draw; match when Galaxy’s defender DiegoContinue reading “Ifira BB and Galaxy to battle for PVFA Independence Cup glory”

Legendary forward James Naka close to join Henderson Eels

Football is back to Solomon Islands as the next Telekom S-League is confirmed to begin on August 8 so local teams are already back to training and looking for new players to strengthen their squads for the upcoming season. It was announced by Henderson Eels’ head coach Eddie Marahare that legendary forward James Naka isContinue reading “Legendary forward James Naka close to join Henderson Eels”

Second win for Tafea as Galaxy draw with Ifira in PVFA Independence Cup

Another important weekend of football took place in Port Vila Municipal Stadium and Korman Stadium in Vanuatu’s city capital Port Vila. The traditional PVFA Independence Cup had four matches on Friday and Saturday for its second matchweek in the competition. The known Tafea stuggled to beat Yatel by 2-1 in what was first match ofContinue reading “Second win for Tafea as Galaxy draw with Ifira in PVFA Independence Cup”

Galaxy needs some adjustments while Hienghène needs to reset their game plan

The Oceanian football community was shocked when the newcomers from Vanuatu Galaxy FC trashed the current title holders of OFC Champions League, the New Caledonians of Hienghène Sport, by 4-1 in both sides first games in the 2020 edition of the regional tournament. Hienghène shown defensive problems since the start of the game, not beingContinue reading “Galaxy needs some adjustments while Hienghène needs to reset their game plan”

Frank Ruben: quality that comes from the bench

Galaxy FC won Hienghène Sport by 4-1 in their debut at 2020 OFC Champions League. The goals were scored by Roberson, Gagame Feni, Terence Carter and Kensi Tangis. However there is a player that came from the bench in the second half that must be highlighted because he had a tremendous performance: Frank Ruben. RubenContinue reading “Frank Ruben: quality that comes from the bench”

Barry Mansale: Hienghène Sport still deserves respect

Galaxy FC has breaken the predictions as they smashed current OFC Champions League winners Hienghène Sport by 4-1. Midfielder Barry Mansale had a good performance in the game. His solidity was very important for Galaxy to keep the control of the game in the midfield. Mansale talked to Oceania Football Center after the match andContinue reading “Barry Mansale: Hienghène Sport still deserves respect”

Batram Suri: It is not over yet

Galaxy FC had an amazing debut in OFC Champions League by thrashing current champions Hienghène Sport by 4-1. The Ni-Vanuatu side is currently leading the Group A with three points due to goal difference once Eastern Suburbs won Hekari United by 2-1. Former Solomon Islands international and Galaxy’s head coach Batram Suri told Vanuatu SportsContinue reading “Batram Suri: It is not over yet”

Baptism of fire for Galaxy as they face champions Hienghène

Galaxy is set to take part in their first ever OFC Champions League this year, travelling to Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea to face the best of the region. The Ni-Vanuatu side has some very important players, as the Solomon Islander international Gagame Feni, the English striker Terence Carter and the midfielder from Brazil RobersonContinue reading “Baptism of fire for Galaxy as they face champions Hienghène”