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Micah arrives in Vanuatu to play for Amicale

The Vanuatu top club and two times O-League finalists Amicale FC are on an anxious hunt to recruit the skilful Micah after his home side Solomon Warriors failed to qualify for the OFC Champions League this season.
Amicale FC has requested the player’s International Transfer Certificate (ITC) from his current club Solomon Warriors before a deal will be sealed to allow the fast-footed Kurukuru star to feature in his third OFC Champions League.
After last year’s Champions League the talk among all participating clubs and fans in Fiji were about a small Solomon Warriors mid fielder, Micah, who lit up the competition with his dribbling skills and neat footwork on the ball.
“I am here to Amicale achieving success in Vanuatu and Fiji.” Said Micah Lea’alafa.
“Four clubs in Oceania have shown interest to recruit me but I think Amicale is the best club for me to play with in the Champions League.”
“I am looking forward to meet Amicale players tomorrow in training and thank the club President, Mr. Andrew Leong and his management for inviting me to Vanuatu.”
Meanwhile, Solomon Warriors’ right winger Gibson Daudau will also be joining Micah in Vanuatu but Daudau will sign up with Tafea FC, who are also chasing OFC Champions League qualification.
Unconfirmed reports also suggested that energetic forward Joses Nawo will leave Western United and join up with Tafea FC, the club he featured for in last year’s OFC Champions League.
Nawo has recently helped Western United win the Telekom S-League title to qualify for the Oceania competition, but will he snub his home side to make a return to Vanuatu, it all comes down to which club makes the better offer.

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