Lae Football Association

LFA is intact: President

President Roy Kamen said this during LFA’s congress on Sunday (March 12) at the LFA clubhouse.

He said they had taken the risk to make that decision but it was good for the future of their children in soccer.

"It's a very risky decision we have made but it was good for our children in the future. And I thank each and every one of you who have stood by us to reach that decision.”

Kamen said this after taking his post as president from his senior vice president, Andrew Nirik Mata.

Tkatchenko calls on FIFA to intervene

Justin Tkatchenko said PNGFA president David Chung and John Kapi Natto both have a heart for soccer but unfortunately, they cannot work together and are making the sport fail, affecting players and clubs.

Tkatchenko said the best solution is for FIFA to intervene and say enough is enough.

“FIFA must be concerned with what’s happening in PNG as we are now having two different, separate identities running football,” said the Minister.

“How can sponsors come on board and how can the sport keep moving forward when you got two different groups running the same thing.

LFA moves into semi-finals this weekend

Topping the A league ladder is Zilu Scientific West FC, followed by City United FC on second placed, Lae Biscuit Poro FC on third and Bumayong FC fourth while Wawens FC fight their way into the top five to be on fifth placing.

Zilu FC and City United shared the same points on the ladder, however, due to goal average Zilu remain at the top while City United dropped to second spot.

Lae to savour big grand final day

President Alex Toki says this grand final will be one of the biggest in the history of soccer in the LFA and will feature all the 11 division teams, both women and men’s.

Toki says the grand final day will feature under 17, Under 20, Under 20 Reserves grade both men’s and women’s , 1st Division men’s, A League and Premiers.