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2038 End of Season Review



A poor end to the season but we had a chance of winning the title up until the final day!




2038 Best XI


Matti Panapa

Kalamelu Seloto - Afelau Stanley - Paulo Lima'alofa

Roy Elu                                                                                     Matti Iosua

Akelei Uaelasi - Tafea Taitai


James Takataka - Alopua Kalena - Leiatu Okelani


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6 hours ago, JonasAjax said:

This is still amazing to follow.

Glad you're still enjoying it, it's only going to get better after Tuvalu since every other nation has clubs qualify for the OFC Champions League!

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5 minutes ago, Makoto Nakamura said:

So are we saying that the top tier of Tuvalu is better than the 3rd tier of Poland? :lol:

I wouldn't be surprised tbf. :lol:

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June 2039




A great month for us as we're through to the Independence Cup Final where we'll face FC Manu Laeva and in the league a big win over Lakena United keeps us top of the league!

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2039 End of Season Review



A league and cup win sees us complete Tuvalu in just 2 seasons! Now to wait for a job to open up in Papua New Guinea, as they're the next lowest ranked nation.





2039 Best XI


Matti Panapa

George Iosua - Afelee Fakailoga - Roy Founuku (YP19g) - Matti Iosua

Afelee Tinilau - Alinesi Siaosi (YP19b)

Roy Elu - Alopua Kalena - Kalamelu Taitai

Laupama Ioane (YP19a)


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Blue Kumuls Mount Hagen logo.png

Blue Kumuls is a semi-professional association football club based in Mount Hagen, Papua New Guinea. The club was founded sometime before 1997.

The club has taken part in three editions of the Papua New Guinea National Club Championship with their best finish coming in 2005 when they finished fourth. They also finished as runners-up in the Highlands Regional League on two occasions.

The club is currently taking part in the 2019 edition of the Papua New Guinea National Soccer League, and are through to the playoffs after having finished second in the Highlands Conference.

The first records of the club playing competitively was in the 1997 Papua New Guinea National Club Championship. However, the side failed to make an impact on the competition. The club also took part in the 1998 edition, but also failed to make the knockout stages.

In 1999, the club took part in the Highlands Regional League and topped their pool. It is unclear whether the side won the competition. However, in 2001, the side returned, and were beaten in the final by Momads. This fate was repeated four years later when the side fell 3–1 against Momads in the Grand Final. The two sides were due to play in the following season's final on 21 May 2006, but the match was abandoned at half-time due to bad light and never rescheduled. Later that year, the club took part in the Papua New Guinea National Club Championship for the second time. They placed bottom of their pool behind Sobou FC, University and West United.

The side reached the 2008 Highlands Regional League final for the fourth time, where they were set to play Momads again. However, the match was not played due to an appeal over the eligibility of some of the Momads team – now operating under the name of Welgris Highlanders – having played in the Papua New Guinea National Soccer League earlier in the season.

The side's competitive record is unclear until late 2018, when it was confirmed they would be competing in the 2019 Papua New Guinea National Soccer League in the Highlands Conference. The side had a slow start to the competition, drawing 1–1 with Simbu Angra on the opening day, before a 4–2 win over Aporo Mai was followed by a 3–0 defeat at the hands of Mount Hagen FC. A win against Enga Laima was followed by a defeat to unbeaten leaders Kagua Erave, leaving the side third on seven points at the halfway stage, three behind Mount Hagen in second. A 2–0 reverse victory against Mount Hagen on 23 March was enough to draw them level with their local rivals, and two wins from their next four – including an incredible 10–4 victory against Simbu Angra which helped them overturn their goal difference deficit – was enough to qualify them for the next round in second place behind Kagua Erave. The side were drawn against four-time champions Toti City in the playoff quarter-finals, and went down 8–1.













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What's Samoa doing in 4th on the reputation table? :lol:

I'm happy the continent is shifting around a bit though. Let's see what Papua New Guinea does for you.

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5 hours ago, Minuy600 said:

What's Samoa doing in 4th on the reputation table? :lol:

I'm happy the continent is shifting around a bit though. Let's see what Papua New Guinea does for you.

I have no clue, Lupe Rush have been making it to the Champions League group stage and once making the quarter final but not much is happening! :lol:

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2040 End of Season Review



A good finish to the season means we manage to finish up in 3rd, exactly where predicted.

I didn't get the news for team stats and things like that.



We also don't have a Best XI.

Jacob Worio

Ronald Mesulam - Jalam Gunemba - Jonathan Conn - Kusuga Morris

Duncan Leonard

Nelson Peterson - Emmanuel Yang

Freeman Yasasa                                      Jeremy Gwaitep

Kolu Allen



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2041 End of Season Review



Well it wasn't the end that I was hoping for bu we finish 1 point better off and with a better goal difference than last season.



2041 Best XI


Jacob Worio

George Iosua - Rodney Yasasa - Jess Komaki - Nigel Pomiris

Ronald Mesulam

Nelson Peterson - Jonathan Conn

Roy Takataka                                      Kalamelu Taitai

Kolu Allen



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2042 End of Season Review



Almost perfect but it wasn't enough. This was definitely our best season by far though so next season should be promising!



No best 11 screen again this year.

Ishmael Essacu

Exie McDonald - Rodney Yasasa - Jonathan Conn - Neil Mandari

Ronald Mesulam - Duncan Leonard

Duncan Kepo                                                  Kalamelu Taitai


Kolu Allen - Nelson Peterson


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