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Chung lands in Vava’u

OFC President David Chung made an historic visit to Tonga at the weekend, travelling to Vava’u for the first time to check on the progress of the regional technical centre. The new regional technical centre will include an administration…

OFC President David Chung has become the longest serving president in the history of Papua New Guinea Football Association after being re-elected for a fourth term at the 14th PNGFA Congress in Kimbe on 28 December 2016. The President…

Grondona passed away yesterday in Buenos Aires after being hospitalised with cardiac failure. He was 82. OFC President and FIFA Executive Committee member David Chung said Grondona’s loss would be felt throughout the world of football. “Our thoughts are…

Chung, who is in Jakarta with the Papua New Guinea U-23 team in his other role as Papua New Guinea Football Association President, believes the MoU is the start of a long-term relationship which will see future youth teams…

The FIFA vice-president and Oceania Football Confederation president was in Jakarta yesterday to welcome the Papua New Guinea team at their team base as they prepare for their opening match with the Maldives tomorrow at Gelora Bung Karno Stadium.“We…

Chung, who is also the Papua New Guinea Football Association (PNGFA) President, is keen to get to work on domestic matters as he undertakes a rigorous programme of activity during his forthcoming visit.“We are focused strongly on technical development…

Chung, along with FIFA Development Officer Glenn Turner delivered a range of football equipment to the Tonga Football Federation as part of the FIFA Women’s Football Development Programme.“Women’s football development is an important element of what we are trying…