Kapuls back in training camp

Papua New Guinea’s overseas football players will be flying into the country for a training camp in Port Moresby.

With the transfer windows now open, the Papua New Guinea Football Association (PNGFA) is flying in the PNG Kapuls players who are playing in Solomon Islands National Soccer League and in Australia and New Zealand.

Players in Solomon Islands include Tommy Semmy, captain David Muta, Daniel Joe and Michael Foster with Raymond Gunemba in New Zealand and Nigel Dabinyaba in Australia.

Some players have arrived today while others will arrive tomorrow as they prepare for their trial match set for March next year against Tahiti.

Following Tahiti’s friendly will be other friendlies hosted in the lead up to the inter-confederation play-offs in November that will determine the final two qualification spots to the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

The tiebreaker qualifying matches are scheduled to be played between November 6-14 next year with six participating teams; New Zealand, New Caledonia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea Solomon Islands and Tahiti.








Lamech Jinimbo