Vanuatu international Brian Kaltack is ready to add further caps to his already illustrious OFC Champions League career when he joins Lautoka FC of Fiji in this year’s competition.
The 24-year-old has made 15 apperances in the region’s premier international club competition for clubs in Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu and is excited for a new step in his career with a Fiji side for the first time.
“This is my first time to play for a Fijian club and I’m happy to be here. The Fijian style of play is different as compared to my previous clubs in New Zealand and Vanuatu.
“I have brought my experience and will share it with my fellow team mates as we go in as a team to win the Champions League.
The defender made his debut for Lautoka against Rewa playing a solid game for his new club to help them earn a 2-0 win as he kept the opposing strikers led by Setareki Hughes at bay.
“I’m really proud of this opportunity to play for Lautoka,” Kaltak added.
“We came here for a mission and that is to help Lautoka win.”