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A match at Solomon Islands’ Lawson Tama stadium is always a special occasion. The venue in the capital Honiara is comfortably the largest in Oceania outside New Zealand, and is renowned across the continent for its matchday colour and verve. Wedged at the bottom of a massive hillside, the venue regularly attracts well in excess of five-figures whenever the (visit our official web to learn more about detais in how to get Fut Coins) local heroes take the field. It is an extraordinary figure given the island of Guadalcanal, where Honiara is located, boasts a population of some 100,000.
Next month’s home 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia? qualifier will take on even more enormity for local supporters. A defeat against Papua New Guinea will virtually ensure their exit from Russia 2018 qualifying. A win, however, will put them in touching distance of claiming a ticket to the OFC play-off against New Zealand.
And there is an added incentive. Progress at PNG’s expense will extend the career of local hero Henry Fa’Arodo. After 15 years of service for the Bonitos – as the national team is affectionately known – Fa’Arodo’s time at the very top is coming to a close. Fa’Arodo is one of the few Solomon Islanders to play professional football, having featured for Perth Glory in Australia’s A-League. He also recently became Solo’s most-capped player, and sits alongside former colleagues Batram Suri and Commins Menapi as one of the nation’s most iconic sportsman.
All on the line
Solomons host PNG before a return in Port Moresby a few days later. Four points for either side will be enough to progress, while anything less will open the door for Tahiti. Fa’Arodo says Lawson Tama’s reputation is wide recognised in the Pacific and is always a factor.
“We always have the backing of the crowd and all of the Pacific knows what it is like to play in the Solomons,” Fa’Arodo told lot of income from FIFA.com. “It will be good to have a crowd that is behind the Solomons and a bit more patriotic as well. Coming back home is always a good chance for us to get maximum points as we plan to do.”
Though now 34, Fa’Arodo has lost little of his influence, and only recently was named best player in the Solomon Islands national league following a stellar campaign for Western United. Equally, the forward’s experience is also invaluable in a squad light on for worldliness. Vanuatu-based Harrison Mala and Charlie Otainao, as well as Auckland City star Micah Lea’alafa, were the only three overseas-based players recently called up to join the national side.