Regenvanu has led the department since replacing Toroi Sokomanu in 2012 and has successfully overseen all the Just Play Program activities in the last 12 months.
The man behind the Just Play Program leaves the federation on good terms and with the support of VFF staffs.
“We regret that George Regenvanua has decided to move on at this time but we wish him all the best for the future.” Said Kaison Maki, Just Play program development officer in Luganville.”
“He has been an important part of the team and, on behalf of Just Play Staffs in the country; I would like to thank George for his dedication and strong commitment to the development of Just Play.”
“He has very good leadership skills that he shown inside the Just Play Team for the last 12 months and I believe all the staffs of the Just Play team have learned a lot from him.”
“I want to take this chance to wish him all the best in his future endeavour.” Said Kaison Maki.
George joined VFF in 2012 and had been working hard to set up Just Programs in all member associations in Vanuatu.
.“It has not been an easy decision to make and I will greatly miss working as part of the Vanuatu football family, I have enjoyed my one year at VFF.
“I personally thank my faithful Just Play Team and my superiors who have guide and taught me invaluable lessons during my time at VFF.”
“I personally thank OFC Just Play Manager Franck Castillo, and other staffs, Emmie Sope, Kaison Maki, Vital Bong, Lele William, Albert Manaroto and the President Lambert Maltock for granting me the opportunity to work for the beautiful game, football.”
“Your friendship and loyalty will be cherished.” Said George Regenvanu
“I wish FIFA, OFC, VFF and the Just Play Program good fortune in the future and to its entire hard working staff success.” Concluded George Regenvanu.
Rorona Kalsakau, VFF Woman’s Football Development Officer will be acting Just Play manager.