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Chung re-elected as PNGFA President

FIFA Vice President and OFC President David Chung has been re-elected as PNGFA President. Image: FIFA via Getty Images

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 will be joined by John Wesley Gonjuan as senior vice-president and Linda Wonuhali as junior vice-president.

The PNGFA executive committee is completed by members Jack Payap, Simon Koima, Shem Farrock, Maha Waname and Diana Ulka.

During Chung’s presidency, PNGFA has broken new ground in both domestic and international football, playing host to the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, making history at the 2016 OFC Nations Cup when the national side fought New Zealand to a penalty shoot-out in the final, and qualifying for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ Stage 3 Qualifiers.

The development of football in the country and involvement in international competitions has created a lasting legacy for Papua New Guinea, providing the capacity to host world-class sporting events and creating pathways and opportunity for women and youth to thrive.

For more on Papua New Guinea football visit www.pngfootball.com.pg

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