Lea’alafa scores his first goal after returning to Solomon Warriors

One of the most highlighted players of Solomon Islands and Oceania made recently his return to senior football for Solomon Islands’ current national champions Solomon Warriors. Micah Lea’alafa had changed his mind – the player stated he would take a break from the game to Oceania Football Center – but the attacker decided to returnContinue reading “Lea’alafa scores his first goal after returning to Solomon Warriors”

Micah Lea’alafa debuts for Solomon Warriors

After 315 days, Micah Lea’alafa played an official football match again. The 29-year-old winger made his debut for Solomon Warriors against Marist FC in the thirteenth matchweek of 2020-21 Telekom S-League, the national football league from the Solomon Islands. Lea’alafa came from the bench in the 83rd minute to replace Molis Junior Gagam. Although heContinue reading “Micah Lea’alafa debuts for Solomon Warriors”

Telekom S-League’s second round kicks-off this weekend

After three weeks without games, 2020 Telekom S-League is back. The second round of the competition starts this weekend as five matches are going to be contested at Lawson Tama Stadium in Honiara, the capital of the Solomon Islands. It is going to be the first opportunity for football fans to see local teams inContinue reading “Telekom S-League’s second round kicks-off this weekend”

Micah Lea’alafa joins Solomon Warriors for Telekom S-League’s second round

Currently in the third position in Telekom S-League, Solomon Warriors are looking for new players to strengthen their squad for the second round of the national football league from the Solomon Islands. After signing with Gagame Feni, it was reported that Warriors signed with Micah Lea’alafa. Lea’alafa is surely one of the most important playersContinue reading “Micah Lea’alafa joins Solomon Warriors for Telekom S-League’s second round”

Micah Lea’alafa focused on developing football in Solomon Islands

Micah Lea’alafa is one of the most important players from Solomon Islands. After spending some months playing in a professional league, the 29-year-old forward is currently in his home country with a main focus: helping in the development of local football. Lea’alafa had the opportunity to live the dream of many children: becoming a professionalContinue reading “Micah Lea’alafa focused on developing football in Solomon Islands”

Micah Lea’alafa returns to training as Kurukuru reset World Cup preparations in Honiara

If there was no COVID-19 we would be months away the fourth participation in a row of Solomon Islands at the world’s most important Futsal event: FIFA Futsal World Cup. As this does not match the reality, we can only state by now the Kurukuru resumed their preparations for the tournament that will be heldContinue reading “Micah Lea’alafa returns to training as Kurukuru reset World Cup preparations in Honiara”

Micah Lea’alafa: Stanley Waita’s right-hand man in Southern United

The first matchweek of 2020 Telekom S-League finished on this Wednesday with a 1-1 draw between Marist FC and Honiara City. All five matches were contested at Lawson Tama Stadium and one of the most interesting things arrived in the first matchday when Kossa FC defeated Southern United by 3-2. Despite losing in the openingContinue reading “Micah Lea’alafa: Stanley Waita’s right-hand man in Southern United”

Micah Lea’alafa takes a break from his football career

One of the most important players from Solomon Islands, Micah Lea’alafa is not linked to any football team since he left Maritzburg United from South Africa earlier this year. After confirming that he will not play the upcoming Telekom S-League season, the 29-year-old forward revealed to Oceania Football Center that he took a career break:Continue reading “Micah Lea’alafa takes a break from his football career”

Micah Lea’alafa decides not to play Telekom S-League

After lots of speculation about the the next step of Micah Lea’alafa as a football player, it was confirmed by the player that he is not going to play the 2020 Telekom S-League season that kicks-off on the next weekend. The 28-year-old forward was linked to many Telekom S-League clubs but he revealed to OceaniaContinue reading “Micah Lea’alafa decides not to play Telekom S-League”

Micah Lea’alafa close to sign with new Telekom S-League franchise

The mistery about the next step of Solomon Islands’ international Micah Lea’alafa might close to have an end. The former Auckland City man is known to be close to sign a deal with the newly created Telekom S-League franchise Southern United. The attacker, who last played for South African professional outfit Maritzburg United, would beContinue reading “Micah Lea’alafa close to sign with new Telekom S-League franchise”