NSW Thunder wants the Solomon Islands futsal star to shine for them in the Asian futsal club championship to be held in Iran in March this year.
NSW Thunder knows well the significance of Ragomo’s inclusion and agreed that this will be a huge boost for their side.
Macer Magazine reporter Sergio Hernadez said the NSW thunder was very happy with the move and is really looking forward to Ragomo’s inclusion with his abundant experience to the side.
He reported that Ragomo, who recently left his country, is blending in well with the players as the thunder side prepare intensively for the tournament.
Ragomo said he is hoping to do his best and do everyone proud.
“I will do my best for the team and for my country” Ragomo said.
“People here like to call me Ragomo but for this tournament I prefer them using my nick name “Kelips” because it’s for someone whom I know really well,” he added jokingly.
Meanwhile the NSW Thunder is reported to be interested in signing another Solomon Islands futsal play maker Jack Whitney.
There is still no confirmation as yet but they believe Whitney will combine perfectly with Ragomo.
Ragomo who is the current captain of the National Futsal team has won the admiration of the nation.
He led the Kurukuru to their second successive victory at the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Futsal Championship in July last year
His national recognition earned him the $10,000 prize money for outstanding achievements and contributions to football.
He is the first ever Solomon Islander to play futsal at the professional level having played for the Playas De Castellyon in the Nacinal Futsal Liga in Spain in 2007.
The young lad from Western Province graduated from the Playas De Castellyon juvenile development squad in 2006 before joining the senior squad.
In 2008, he captained the team that won the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) World Cup qualifiers to qualify for the FIFA Futsal World Cup in Brazil the same year.
Kurukuru was the first national team to take part in FIFA Futsal World Cup.
He also led his teammates last year to participate in a private invitational Confederations tournament, Al-Fateh Confederation Cup in Libya and snatched the top goal scorer award.
Domestically, Ragomo plays for the Brissolona Futsal Club and with Central Titans in the Honiara Beach Soccer League.
Story courtesy AP/PACNEWS and photo courtesy SIFF Media.