Hamilton Wanderers to miss Kohei Matsumoto

Japanese Kohei Matsumoto returns to Japan after suffering a severe eye injury last week. The 31-year-old right back from Hamilton Wanderers is going to need a special treatment to save the sight in his eye. He was part of Wanderers’ squad for the upcoming winter football season in New Zealand but now he is expectedContinue reading “Hamilton Wanderers to miss Kohei Matsumoto”

Henry Fa’arodo back to training in New Zealand

Football players are allowed to resume training in New Zealand in groups of a maximum of ten people. Hamilton Wanderers’ players have resumed training this week in order to start their preparation for the winter football season in the country. Solomon Islands legend Henry Fa’arodo is one of these players that are back to theContinue reading “Henry Fa’arodo back to training in New Zealand”

Kohei Matsumoto: a valuable addition to Hienghène Sport

🇧🇷 Clique aqui para ler em portuguĂŞs 🇫🇷 Lire in Français ici Hienghène Sport recently announced they signed with Kohei Matsumoto to play the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup. He is one of the three foreign players that arrived alongside with Pedro Sousa and Marcos Camargo. Matsumoto is a 30 years old Japanese defender/midfielder withContinue reading “Kohei Matsumoto: a valuable addition to Hienghène Sport”

Hienghène Sport signs former Malampa Revivors midfielder

It was announced today by Nouvelle-CalĂ©donie 1. that the current OFC Champions League title holders Hienghène Sport added a new player to their squad in order to compete at FIFA Clubs World Cup to be played in December. The former Malampa Revivors player is the Japanese Kohei Matsumoto, that recently signed for Hamilton Wanderers inContinue reading “Hienghène Sport signs former Malampa Revivors midfielder”