Islanders observer #03 – Shuiab Khan

The third episode of Islanders Observer arrived! Oceania Football Center keep talking about the foreign islanders that are playing in 2019-20 ISPS Handa Permiership, the top national football league in Oceania. After two episodes talking about Auckland City’s players now it is time to talk about a Fijian player that plays in a Navy BluesContinue reading “Islanders observer #03 – Shuiab Khan”

Andrew Abba’s knee surgery scheduled

Solomon Islands international Andrew Abba suffered a knee injury in early December during a Waitakere United’s match against Hamilton Wanderers. After one month his surgery was finally scheduled. Abba will undergo surgery to repair his knee’s damage (a torn meniscus) on January 24. He is not expected to play for Waitakere United this season dueContinue reading “Andrew Abba’s knee surgery scheduled”

Maro Bonsu-Maro scores his first goal of the season

Cook Islander Maro Bonsu-Maro scored his first goal of the season for Auckland City in the 6-2 win against Waitakere United in the Super City Derby. Bonsu-Maro came from the bench to replace Mario Ilich in the 69th minute to score Navy Blues‘ sixth goal. It was his first goal of the season and hisContinue reading “Maro Bonsu-Maro scores his first goal of the season”

Andrew Abba is set to play winter league for Forrest Hill Milford

Solomon Islands international Andrew Abba is ready to leave Waitakere United by the end of 2019-20 ISPS Handa Premiership season. The 30 years old winger is going to join Forrest Hill Milford that is going to play Lotto NRFL Division 1. Abba is currently injured and it seems that he will not play for WaitakereContinue reading “Andrew Abba is set to play winter league for Forrest Hill Milford”

Auckland City draw but continues on top in ISPS Handa Premiership

The New Zealand top-tier football league – the ISPS Handa Premiership – reached the last round of 2019, the competition will resume in the next year and the powerhouse Auckland City will remain at the top of the table. The first match of the Matcheeek saw a convincing win of Canterbury United against Tasman UnitedContinue reading “Auckland City draw but continues on top in ISPS Handa Premiership”

Former Fiji U20 player finds his space at Waitakere United

Shuiab Khan is a 24 years old left back who plays in New Zealand since 2015. He is from Fiji and played 2015 FIFA U20 World Cup. After four years playing in New Zealand lower leagues he finally had the opportunity of his life by joining Waitakere United to play 2019-20 ISPS Handa Premiership. WaitakereContinue reading “Former Fiji U20 player finds his space at Waitakere United”

ISPS Handa Premiership season is over for Andrew Abba

The 2019-20 ISPS Handa Premiership season is over for Waitakere United’s player Andrew Abba. The 30 years old forward got injured against Hamilton Wanderers and he is going to undergo surgery. Abba had a meniscus tear and he is going to miss some months recovering from it – “The worst of all is the factContinue reading “ISPS Handa Premiership season is over for Andrew Abba”

Oceanian Football: weekend review

🇳🇿 WELLINGTON PHOENIX (🇦🇺 A-LEAGUE) After a 0-0 draw in the first half, Jaushua Sotirio scored his first goal in the season to open the scoreboard for Wellington Phoenix against Western Sydney Wanderers. Nicolai Müller netted for Sydney to tie the match but Phoenix still managed to win after a penalty awarded by the VideoContinue reading “Oceanian Football: weekend review”

Andrew Abba pleased to represent Solomon Islands

Representing a country by playing for National Football Team is surely one of the biggest goals of any footballer. This feeling was felt by Andrew Abba when he was finally called up again for Solomon Islands National Team after more than five years of absence. Fans always asked for Abba to have a chance inContinue reading “Andrew Abba pleased to represent Solomon Islands”

A very entertaining matchweek kicks-off ISPS Handa Premiership

ISPS Handa Premiership is back! The top tier of New Zealand football had its first matches played this weekend. Oceania Football Center brings to you a review of what happened in these five clashes! WAITAKERE UNITED 3-1 WELLINGTON PHOENIX RESERVES After a disappointing 2018-19 season, Waitakere United comes with a promising squad for this ISPSContinue reading “A very entertaining matchweek kicks-off ISPS Handa Premiership”