New Zealand beats Tahiti and advances to the WCQ Final

New Zealand and Tahiti played at the Grand Hamad Stadium in Doha to decide who would face the Solomon Islands in the final of the OFC World Cup qualifiers. New Zealand just missed the midfielder Marko Stamenic in their squad meaning the All Whites were virtually at full strength. Tahiti, meanwhile, had only one changeContinue reading “New Zealand beats Tahiti and advances to the WCQ Final”

Alex Greive on a high note as New Zealand thrash New Caledonia in WCQ

Already qualified for the semi-finals of the tournament, New Zealand fielded an alternate starting eleven to face New Caledonia last Friday at Suhaim Bin Hamad Stadium. Despite the low expectations for this game, the All Whites put on a show on the field in front of an inoperative opponent. Alex Greive had a fantastic performanceContinue reading “Alex Greive on a high note as New Zealand thrash New Caledonia in WCQ”

All Whites’ youngster Liberato Cacace officially debuts in European football

One of the most promising players from New Zealand, Liberato Cacace is living a special moment in his career as the young left back made his official debut in European football on this Saturday – one day before his 20th birthday. Cacace was in Sint-Truidense’s starting eleven against KV Mechelen in the seventh matchweek ofContinue reading “All Whites’ youngster Liberato Cacace officially debuts in European football”

All Whites’ Liberato Cacace signs European deal

After lots of talks between Liberato Cacace and Kevin Muscat’s coached-side – the Belgium’s top-tier club Sint-Truiden – it is confirmed by Stuff that the New Zealand international signed a three-year-deal with the club coached by former Melbourne Victory boss. It is reported Cacace received many attention from European clubs – including proposals from English’sContinue reading “All Whites’ Liberato Cacace signs European deal”

Liberato Cacace named for ‘Opta Index Hyundai A-League Team of the Season’

The 2019-20 Hyundai A-League’s regular season reached its end and now the top six teams are ready for the Finals Series that start today while the season has finished for five clubs that did not advance to the next round. Now that all teams played 26 matches it is time to name the best playersContinue reading “Liberato Cacace named for ‘Opta Index Hyundai A-League Team of the Season’”

Wellington Phoenix to receive European proposals for youngster Liberato Cacace

Wellington Phoenix fans must enjoy having youngster Liberato Cacace in the team while he is still there. The 19-year-old left back is one of the most talented players from his generation in New Zealand and it seems that an European move is just a matter of time for him. According to Stuff, clubs from BelgiumContinue reading “Wellington Phoenix to receive European proposals for youngster Liberato Cacace”

Liberato Cacace: the next All Whites breakthrough

Liberato Cacace is a rising star. The 19 years old left back is having a wonderful season playing for Wellington Phoenix in Hyundai A-League by showing off his huge talent. He recently scored an astonishing goal against Western Sydney Wanderers that really exposed his offensive qualities. His great performances are getting attention from European clubs.Continue reading “Liberato Cacace: the next All Whites breakthrough”