Lea’alafa is released by South African top-tier club

The Solomon Islands international Micah Lea’alafa haven’t been able to cut through series of challenges in his first season with his club in the South African top flight league. The 28-year-old forward has been released by the top-tier side and is set to depart home soon, as KickOff says. Lea’alafa played 11 matches for theContinue reading “Lea’alafa is released by South African top-tier club”

Atkin Kaua finishes trials in Europe

The Solomon Islands international Atkin Kaua that was undergoing trials in Europe is set to return his homeland after not securing a professional contract in Europe in his first stint in the continent. The player had issues with work permit, despite being accepted by one of the clubs the midfielder trialed with. Kaua was inContinue reading “Atkin Kaua finishes trials in Europe”

Solomon Islands: new year, new World Cup!

Solomon Islands had the taste to be for the first time in a FIFA football competition in the past year, when they played the FIFA U17 World Cup in Brazil. Despite losing all three matches they played in group stage, for the first-timers it was a especial moment. The team led by Charles Mani, LeonContinue reading “Solomon Islands: new year, new World Cup!”

SIFF looks for a head coach

Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) is looking for a new head coach for Solomon Islands National Football Team. The position is vacant since Dutch manager Wim Rijsbergen left the charge after the 2019 Pacific Games. A new head coach must be appointed soon to lead the team in the Tri-Nation series in March and theContinue reading “SIFF looks for a head coach”

Telekom S-League set to resume this weekend

The final matches of the 2019 Telekom S-League are set to be played this weekend and in the middle of the next week in Solomon Islands. The competition might be already decided with Solomon Warriors and Henderson Eels qualfied for OFC Champions League next edition, but the schedule is still to be completed. The scheduleContinue reading “Telekom S-League set to resume this weekend”

Lea’alafa deserves another chance in Maritzburg United

One of the most celebrated players of Solomon Islands and Oceania recently signed his first professional contract with the top-tier South African side Maritzburg United. Since Micah Lea’alafa signed for his new club, he played in 11 matches for the team and did not record any assist or goal so far. Despite having a greatContinue reading “Lea’alafa deserves another chance in Maritzburg United”

Accusation of assault in S-League match

A very sad case happened in the last 14th December in Solomon Islands after a match between the 1st and 2nd placed teams in Telekom S-League season Solomon Warriors and Henderson Eels. The Henderson Eels coach Eddie Marahare recently stated the Solomon Warriors player Molea Tigi assaulted his defender Derrick Taebo just after the game.Continue reading “Accusation of assault in S-League match”

Lea’alafa and Maritzburg have their first challenge of the year

The Solomon Islands international Micah Lea’alafa is set to be part of the first game of the season of his club Maritzburg United in the top-tier of football in South Africa. The Solomon Islander will have by his side the former All Whites international Jeremy Brockie and the former Auckland City fullback Daniel Morgan inContinue reading “Lea’alafa and Maritzburg have their first challenge of the year”

Nawo and Kaua: one week to go

Joses Nawo and Atkin Kaua still need help to go to Malta. Netherlands Oceania Support Foundation recently started a fundraising to help Nawo and you can donate by clicking here. Unfortunately time marches on and their dream is close to be over. Both players need to arrive in Malta to start training with Tarxien RainbownsContinue reading “Nawo and Kaua: one week to go”

Hopes renewed for Nawo and Kaua

As it was previously reported, Joses Nawo and Atkin Kaua need urgent help to go trialling in Europe and they would need $30,000 Solomon Dollar each to pay their flights. Things were getting more and more difficult for them, but they have got some good news. Netherlands Oceania Support Foundation reported that Solomon Airlines willContinue reading “Hopes renewed for Nawo and Kaua”