The Vanuatu Football Federation (VFF) comet registrations is still ongoing within the Port Vila Football Association(PVFA).

VFF Comet officer, Rita Solomon stated that to avoid player restriction in all VFF, Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) and FIFA competitions, all club executives must come forward so all documents can be legally verified before registrations get updated in VFF.

Miss Solomon said that player registrations and club verified documents are important to ensure player developments in competitions.

She stated that so far, the outcome was really good with 15 teams registered and a few still to verify all player legal documents before the comet officers submit their registrations to VFF, to be later updated within the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) and FIFA’s registration.

“About 600-1000 players in PVFA that will be registered with registrations ongoing within the senior men’s and women’s team before moving on to youth registrations.

“The PVFA player registrations commenced on May 9 with the due date on 14th of June 2021.”

The VFF comet officer is further appealing a to all club executives to come forward and verify all player documents, before she finalizes registrations and submitting it to VFF.

The VFF comet registrations will also enable all respective clubs, in and out of Vanuatu, wishing to recruit an individual player, will have to pay the players compensation fees since, from the date his/her career development began.

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