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We respect all, but we fear none; Poida

The outstanding young Vanuatu football coach said,” I have the youngest team in the competition and we will go out and play hard for 90 minutes.”
“I thank the organiser especially, David Firisua for including Tafea in the competition and I think this is good tournament for my young boys.” He said.
“We will work extra hard to play against Amicale and Solomon Warriors FC.”
“We will always play according to our motto; We respect all but fear none.” Said Moise Poida.
Last Saturday Moise Poida’s boys beat Amicale 3-2 and they are now one step away to create history in Vanuatu football to win the first ever Melanesian Super Cup if they beat Solomon Warriors today Wednesday 1 October 2014 at 2.30pm.
Vanuatu Football only becomes champion twice in two football competitions in the region.
For the first time in the country’s history Vanuatu was top of the Melanesian countries in 1990 when the team won the Melanesian Cup in New Caledonia under Coach Terry O’Donnell.
Vanuatu also won the Beach Soccer Oceania Gold Cup in Brisbane, Australia in 2012.
Can Tafea FC becoming the first club to win the Melanesian Super Cup?
You can follow all the live actions updates on www.vanuafoot.vu, vanuafoot facebook and vanuafoot twitter at 2.30pm today directly from Port Vila Stadium.

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