Micah Lea’alafa: proving himself in 2019

This year was very special for Solomon Islands’ winger Micah Lea’alafa. The 28 years old player had a good first semester for Auckland City scoring eight goals in eleven matches including ISPS Handa Premiership and OFC Champions League matches. His good season with Auckland City made some clubs interested on him. After four victorious yearsContinue reading “Micah Lea’alafa: proving himself in 2019”

Joses Nawo and Atkin Kaua need urgent help for flying to Europe

As it was reported one week ago, Joses Nawo and Atkin Kaua are waiting for sponsorship for trialling in Europe and the most recent news is not good for them. They need to arrive in Malta until 2nd January 2020 to start training at Maltese Premier League club Tarxien Rainbows. Both Solomon national team playersContinue reading “Joses Nawo and Atkin Kaua need urgent help for flying to Europe”

Maxwell Keana suspended by OFC

Oceania Football Center recently reported that Maxwell Keana was suspended by SIFF because he lied his age pretending to be younger. Keana should have showed up for a testimonial about this case but he did not appear. Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) confirmed that Maxwell Keana is suspended from football activities in OFC region for 12Continue reading “Maxwell Keana suspended by OFC”

Atkin Kaua close to European opportunity

After the announcemt that Solomon Islands international Joses Nawo would be leaving Henderson Eels to attend trials in Malta Premier League side Tarxien Rainbows, it was reported by Netherlands Oceania Support Foundation that the 23-year old midfielder Atkin Kaua would be also joining Nawo in order to sign a contract with Tarxien Rainbows in Malta.Continue reading “Atkin Kaua close to European opportunity”

Joses Nawo makes history for Solomon Islands football

Football keeps its path of evolution in Oceania – the good news of the moment is the Henderson Eels and Solomon Islands national team member Joses Nawo is set to make an European move to turn into the first player to sign a professional country from Solomon Islands in Europe. According to Netherlands Oceania SupportContinue reading “Joses Nawo makes history for Solomon Islands football”

North New Georgia wins Western Cup

The 2019 Western Cup is over! Eighteen teams took part of this important championship in Solomon Islands’ Western Province fighting for the title and the 50 thousand Solomon Islands dollar prize. The teams were split in four groups and forty matches were playing throughout two weeks full of emotions. Gizo Hawks ruled the Group AContinue reading “North New Georgia wins Western Cup”

Micah Lea’alafa plays 81 minutes in Maritzburg United’s win

Maritzburg United visited Polokwane City in the fourteennth matchweek in 2019/20 ABSA Premiership, the top tier of South African football. Solomon Islander Micah Lea’alafa was in Maritzburg’s starting eleven and he played 81 minutes to help his team to beat Polokwane City by 1-0. Daniel Morgan from New Zealand entered in the second half toContinue reading “Micah Lea’alafa plays 81 minutes in Maritzburg United’s win”

Football referees from Solomon Islands take part of world stage championships

Two referees from Solomon Islands took part of world stage championships in the past weeks. Hugo Pado was one of the 24 referees selected for 2019 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup held in Paraguay while George Time worked at FISU World Cup – an universitary championship held in China. Pado is an experient referee andContinue reading “Football referees from Solomon Islands take part of world stage championships”

Keana does not appear to overage case testimonial

It was recently reported that Maxwell Keana hearing to Oceania Football Confederation was postponed by the football body – now the reason is opened to public knowledge: the midfielder did not show up to the testimonial regarding the overage case. The player recently sent a letter to OFC stating he was not an under U17Continue reading “Keana does not appear to overage case testimonial”

Lea’alafa absent in Maritzburg’s draw

Micah Lea’alafa was absent in the Maritzburg United’s 0-0 draw against AmaZulu in the ABSA Premiership, the South Africa football league. The club’s media did not release anything about Lea’alafa’s absence but he is not impressing the team coach Eric Tinkler. Lea’alafa played seven matches for Maritzburg and he has not scored or assisted yet.Continue reading “Lea’alafa absent in Maritzburg’s draw”