Fiji Sun – Western United t is leaving no stone unturned in the 2015 Fiji Airways Oceania Football Champions League tournament. It starts on Saturday at the ANZ Stadium in Suva and Govind Park, Ba.
Western United coach Riccardo De Vivo said the team would try their best to win.
“We have been pooled in a group of death,” De Vivo said.
“I know Auckland City is a very good outfit and they have been to the FIFA World Cup where they came third.
“Honestly speaking, we would like to win, but the start the Fiji Airways OFC against Amicale FC (Vanuatu) will be very tough for us.
“We will give our best performance in the tournament.
“We are trying to work on a few things and we just hope everything goes according to plans,” he said.
The team spent Tuesday polishing their moves before the tournament starts.
“The players have worked hard and they have shown they have the desire to work.
“We we are positive. Team spirit is good and the players are working hard.
“We have a very strong group and we face very strong teams. The team includes former Rewa and Navua striker James Naka.
“We are lucky to have a player who has participated in Fiji and has involved himself in some districts here in Fiji. His inclusion to the team is a big boost to us,” he said.
Western United (Solomon Island) plays Amicale Football Club of Vanuatu on Saturday at 7:30pm at the ANZ Stadium in Suva.