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Vakatalesau, Makoe sign for Amicale FC

Rashneel Kumar
Friday, August 29, 2014

BA'S Osea Vakatalesau and Nadi's Amani Makoe have been signed by the Vanuatu club Amicale FC.

Club president Andrew Leong confirmed the signings to oceaniafootball.com adding the duo will join the club's Vanuatu-based players to prepare for the Melanesian Super Cup which kicks off next month in Port Vila.

Vakatalesau and Makoe joins former Suva player Esava Naqeleca who has spent a couple of seasons with Amicale.

"I am sure the new Fijian players will bring some experience to our current young squad now training hard at Amicale Field before the TVL Opening Cup kicks off next weekend," Leong said.

"This year Amicale will have a young team but we have the Melanesian Super Cup and OFC President's Cup to help us prepare before the OFC Champions League in April next year.

"We want to use our local players and a few overseas players for these two competitions."








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