A good result in the league to add to some very good business with Delaney - particularly with his sell-on clause as he did seem like the kind of player to become a handy player.
It's never great to lose your players but I know that the club will be pleased for Delaney on his move to the MLS. It's bound to be a great opportunity for him. Nevertheless, a replacement was quickly identified and brought in to replace him and hopefully he'll also prove to be an asset to the Fiji national side if he opts to represent them as hoped.
Have I just seen you sign a player who is 5"5 Never thought I'd see the day, I do struggle to believe he won't be easy to bully though, hopefully he proves me wrong. Joking aside, it looks to have been a good off season once again with the squad getting younger and still getting the results. Congratulations on the cup win and hopefully we see many more this season.
Still struggling to keep regular clean sheets, but the scoring potential in this team is phenomenal. Really laying down a marker and the rest of Fiji are playing for second this season I think. The Champions League results are as expected, looking forward to the next round with a bit more of a challenge.
An easy enough tie in the Champions League, despite it being an away game, it's one I expect to see a victory in.
Greetings from neighbouring Cambodia where I am the manager. I am intrigued by this as it is in a similar part of the world. You have inspired me to add Macau to my game.
It seems like progression into the next round looks a very real prospect. Just reflecting back on the update prior to this one, are the media having a laugh? Sheffield Wednesday and Fortuna Dusseldorf looking at somebody who has managed in Macau and Fiji? Interesting!
A perfect start to the season and with a real chance of progressing. It will be interesting to see how Igor's attacking style matches up against Lae's more defensive approach and if Nadi can break them down with Komolong a talented obstacle to get past in the meantime.
Coasting domestically and doing enough in the Champions League to make a great run to the final. Auckland City will be, by far, the toughest opposition faced to date which is fitting given it's the final - it's what you would expect. Igor will be desperate to win this for his team, the supporters but also himself. This could increase his stock and really support any future job applications.
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