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Poida Achieved His OFC B Coaching License

Moise Poida, once a former National Football player who played in all categories in Vanuatu’s National Team had made all Ni-Vanuatu and football fans in the nation very happy when OFC technical department announced his success in passing his B License test.
Some of the young Coach history with the country’s National team.
1995- Played for Vanuatu under 17 National Team
1998- Played for Vanuatu under 20 National Team
1999- Played for Vanuatu National Olympic Team
1999-2008- Played for Vanuatu National Senior Team
2007- He was invited by OFC to play for OFC All Star against France 98 in Noumea New Caledonia
2008 – Started work with VFF as a coach and coached Vanuatu U 17 National Team, U-20 National and currently coaching Vanuatu’s youth team to China Youth Olympic Games 2014.
2010-2014- Head coach of Tafea FC
2013- He qualified Tafea’s young team to OFC Champions League after beating Amicale 1-0 in the VFF National Super League (NSL) grand final in Port Vila.
2013-2014- Started the Centre of Excellence and Development Centres for young football players in Port Vila.
“I am very happy that I could pass and get my OFC B License”, said the happy young coach, Mr Poida.
“To achieve a B License or even any other football coaching license, this means coaches must work hard.”
“It is not easy but I trusted myself right at the beginning of the course that I must work hard to gain this OFC B License and not only that to show to other coaches that if I can make it then its possible for them too to achieve their B Licences.”
“But that’s not the end yet for me. I am now aiming and working harder to go for my A License and my Professional License. This means more work, more dedication, more commitment and I trust I can achieve my A License in the future”, said determined Moise Poida.
The happy President of Vanuatu Football, Lambert Maltock also expressed his joy for this big achievement for one of his young coaches and congratulated Mr Moida for his hard work to achieve his B License.
“On behalf of VFF executive, staffs , football players, clubs and fans, we are very proud “.
“ When I first recruited Moise and Etienne Mermer into Vanutu Football and appointed them as VFF coaches in 2008, I had a strong bilif in them that they will achieve great things in the coaching arena and will make VFF proud.”
“Today we can witness the result of that bilif and faith I have, Moise is the first ever coach in Vanuatu to gain OFC B License and I still believe the other coaches can do the same like him.”
“I know Etienne Mermer is working on his goal to achieve his B License and I would like to wish him all the very best.”
“At the last Congress, I told VFF executive that VFF vision is, we must have elite football players, referees and coaches and see what has happened now, it is achieved”, remarked the proud VFF president.
“Moise collected about 90 percent of 2008 first intake of Academy students to play in the current Tafea Football club and last year they beat Amicale FC in the final.”
“This confirmed that VFF is following the right path and has the right visions. I want to congratulate VFF technical department for the great job they are doing.”
“Moise has got his B License but there is still the A License and I want to wish him all the very best and luck in his coaching career as well as the very best with his young team Tafea FC in the OFC Champions League competition in Fiji next week.” Said VFF president Maltock.
Last Sunday Moise Poida spoke about his achievement at Church of Christ church in Port Vila, witnessed by all Tafea and Amicale players with the church congregation.

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