Aumae Set Focus On First Debut Against Vanuatu

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celebrating his goal against Lauru with his Malaita Eagles teammates

Prolific attacking midfielder, Clifton Aumae is now setting focus for his first debut wearing the national jersey to play against Vanuatu, in an International friendly match set for a later confirm date next week.
In a brief interview with RAW SPORTS, the 30-year-old Solomon Cup winning playmaker is currently under rehabilitation process for a leg injury.
“Right now my injury is recovering really well, currently under rehabilitation,” Aumae revealed.
The Malaita Eagles no. 10 also stated it would be his first time to represent the country following other commitments in the past has hindered him.
“It will be first time, after so many missed opportunities due to studies and work but now I got the chance again I’m very much looking forward to it.”
“But for now I have to regain my fitness form.”
Head Coach, Felipe Vega-Arango also admitting he wants to see Clifton play.
“I would like to see Aumae play, because I liked him lot. So I hope he recovers soon and looking forward for his inclusion to play against Vanuatu,” the coach said.
Felipe added that the players selected from the Solomon Cup has done well adopting so far in training, Andrew Raragia, Clifton Aumae, Clement Baegeni, Martin Rence and Kennedy Watemae.
“These players have done well so far and I hope I can take them with me to New Zealand,” Felipe adds on.
The Spaniard also said that he wanted a positive result against the visiting Vanuatu national team.
“I always wanted a win, and have players to do that.”
Vanuatu national side will be the second friendly match for the World Cup Qualifying bound Solomon Islands (Bonitos), after winning their first friendly yesterday against Solomon Cup All Stars 3-1.
As head coach Felipe along with his assistance, Stanley Waita are looking to field a more competitive side to take on New Zealand (All Whites) in a home and away playoff in two months time (September).

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