Fijian defender Shuiab Khan debuts at 2020-21 ISPS Handa Men’s Premiership

The 2020-21 ISPS Handa Premiership kicked-off and Waitakere United smashed Canterbury United by 4-0 with two goals scored by Spanish midfielder Gerard Garriga Gibert in the opening round of the most important football league from New Zealand. It was a very good match for football fans from Fiji, as Shuiab Khan played the whole match.Continue reading “Fijian defender Shuiab Khan debuts at 2020-21 ISPS Handa Men’s Premiership”

Waitakere United start in style at ISPS Handa Men’s Premiership

The delegation of Waitakere United travelled to the Southern Island to face Canterbury United at English Park in the first matchday of 2020-21 ISPS Handa Men’s Premiership, the most important football league from New Zealand. Canterbury started the match in a great level by keeping the ball possession in attack while Waitakere United have beenContinue reading “Waitakere United start in style at ISPS Handa Men’s Premiership”

Sam Burfoot determined to bring Waitakere United back to the top in New Zealand

Waitakere United is one of the most important football clubs from New Zealand. Champions of the OFC Champions League in 2007 and 2008, they are currently living a title drought, as their last title was in 2013, when legendary Roy Krishna led the team to the national title. After some dark seasons, Waitakere United finallyContinue reading “Sam Burfoot determined to bring Waitakere United back to the top in New Zealand”

Shuiab Khan ready for another season with Waitakere United

The 2020-21 ISPS Handa Men’s Premiership is set to kick-off this month and the eight teams participating in the major football league from New Zealand are announcing their squads for the upcoming season. After a good debut season for Waitakere United, Fijian left-back Shuiab Khan is confirmed in the squad and will play his secondContinue reading “Shuiab Khan ready for another season with Waitakere United”

Fijian defender Samuela Kautoga joins Waitakere United

The 2020-21 ISPS Handa Men’s Premiership is set to kick-off this month and the eight participating teams are looking for new players to strengthen their squads for the upcoming season. One of the most traditional football teams from New Zealand, Waitakere United, confirmed that Fijian player Samuela Kautoga joined the team. Kautoga is a 33-year-oldContinue reading “Fijian defender Samuela Kautoga joins Waitakere United”

New Zealand: 2020-21 ISPS Handa Premiership to kick-off in November

The most important football tournament from New Zealand already has a proposed date to begin as 2020-21 ISPS Handa Premiership is set to kick-off next month. The biggest news is that only eight teams will fight for the title this season as Southern United and Tasman United merged with Canterbury United. It was also confirmedContinue reading “New Zealand: 2020-21 ISPS Handa Premiership to kick-off in November”

Salesh Kumar: Fijian football must move forward

One of Fiji’s most famous footballers has given his views on his career and the development of football in his country – it is always very important to hear the experiences of those who have been successful in the sport. Salesh Kumar, a Fijian international who has played in New Zealand for most of hisContinue reading “Salesh Kumar: Fijian football must move forward”

The fantastic year of Dane Schnell

The year of 2019 was a great one for talented midfielder Dane Schnell. The Waitakere United player helped his team to finish at 3rd in the last season of the ISPS Handa Premiership – the best Waitakere campaign in years. The 21-year-old player also represented clubs in New Zealand such as Western Springs and EasternContinue reading “The fantastic year of Dane Schnell”

Andrew Abba: knee-injury almost finished my career

After having a wonder winter football season last year by winning the Chatham Cup with Napier City Rovers, Solomon Islands international Andrew Abba had a difficult 2019-20 ISPS Handa Premiership season as the Waitakere United’s forward got injured in a match against Hamilton Wanderers in December and missed the rest of the season. He underwentContinue reading “Andrew Abba: knee-injury almost finished my career”

When the right knee prevented Benjamin Totori to make it big in America

Benjamin Totori is one of the most prolific players from Pacific Islands alongside Fijian star Roy Krishna. Both players had the opportunity to play professionally for Wellington Phoenix in A-League, the most important football league in Australia. While Krishna had his first full professional contract with Phoenix, Totori crossed the Pacific Ocean in 2008 toContinue reading “When the right knee prevented Benjamin Totori to make it big in America”