Kapuls exports back to boost Fifa campaign

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THE Papua New Guinea Kapuls have been boosted with the arrival of Holland-based David Browne into training camp as the countdown continues to the Fifa World Cup 2018 qualifying home game against Tahiti in Port Moresby on Thursday at the Sir John Guise Stadium.
The team have been in training for the last three weeks and will be joined this week by prolific striker Raymond Gunemba midfielder Simon Emmanuel and goalkeeper Ronald Warisan.
The trio just completed the Oceania Football Confederation Champions league with Lae City Dwellers in New Zealand.
Browne arrived last week and has fitted into camp, adding speed and power to support Gunemba, Malaysia-based professional Nigel Dabinyaba and Australia-based Brad Macdonald.
PNGFA senior vice-president John Wesley Gonjuan said the camp was in high spirits and looking forward to the Tahiti game. He urged Port Moresby residents to pack the Sir John Guise Stadium in PNG colours and flags and create a football atmosphere.
“This is the opportunity the country has been waiting for.
“The road to the Fifa World Cup Russia 2018 is wide open for the Oceania region and we can only progress, with all stakeholders giving support and for supporters to come in numbers. Let us all get together as a country and show the region we are the emerging force in football.”

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