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Poida named National Senior Team coach

Moise Poida has been nominated and approved for this head coach position by the Vanuatu Football Federation executive for the following reasons.
1. The most senior staff in the Vanuatu Football Federation
2. Only coach in Vanuatu who holds the OFC B License
3. Has a wealth of experience with national and international as head coach.
“On behalf of Vanuatu Football Federation I would to congratulate Moise Poida for his new position to coach the national senior team.” Said Peter Takaro, VFF Technical Director.
Moise Poida (born April 2, 1978) is a NI-Vanuatu footballer (midfielder) played for Tafea FC and Vanuatu national football team .
Poida participated in South Pacific Games in 2007 scoring goals versus Samoa and American Samoa.
He was a part of Tafea FC, which won second place in the Oceania Club Championship in 2001 in Papua New Guinea and also part of Tafea FC team who came third in 2004-05.
He was also selected by Oceania Football Confederation to play in the OFC team to play against France 98 team World Team in Noumea, New Caledonia in May 2008.
He was also part of Vanuatu National senior team when they beat the All Whites 4-2 at Hindmarsh Stadium in Adelaide in 2004.
This year 2015 Coach Moise Poida was nominated by FIFA to work with the FIFA Study Group during the FIFA U20 World Cup in New Zealand and he has a lot of experience in coaching and his big task now is to help bring the elite Vanuatu players together to play Fiji National Team in November 2015 in two international friendlies at Port Vila Stadium.

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