Lambert Maltock, the current president of the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC), has been re-elected to the position for another four-year term following the FIFA Congress held this week in Kigali, Rwanda. Maltock is also the current president of Vanuatu Football Federation, his home nation. Maltock has been the president of the OFC since 2019, andContinue reading “Lambert Maltock elected for a second four-year term as OFC president”
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Vanuatu invited for friendlies in Europe
Oceania Football Confederation and Vanuatu Football Federation president Lambert Maltock has been in Europe to take part of 2020-21 UEFA Nations League’s draw in Amsterdam, Netherlands and it is being reported that he received invitation for international friendlies in Europe. According to reliable sources, Maltock has received the invitation right after the UEFA Nations League’sContinue reading “Vanuatu invited for friendlies in Europe”
Lambert Maltock: we want to include all OFC countries together
🇮🇹 Italiano 🇧🇷 Português🇫🇷 Français Lambert Maltock is the current president of Oceania Football Confederation and Vanuatu Football Federation. The 63-year-old Ni-Vanuatu football administrator talked to Oceania Football Center about the next steps of Oceanian Football. You can check the full interview below: How are the plans for OFC Nations Cup? Are the dates andContinue reading “Lambert Maltock: we want to include all OFC countries together”
Lambert Maltock reelected as VFF president
Lambert Maltock won the Vanuatu Football Federation’s presidential election and he is going to be the VFF president until 2024. The election took place in the VFF 29th congress heldin Hog Harbour, Sanma Province. Maltock has beaten Stephen Felix in the final poll to remain as VFF President.