Lae City Dwellers midfielder and Lae Football Association captain, Troy Gunemba, has lauded the efforts of his elder brother Raymond as he embarks on a career overseas.
The younger of the two, Troy was part of the LFA squad that took part in the recently concluded Regional Qualifiers for the BESTA Cup.
Troy Gunemba, captain of the young LFA side to the Momase regionals was all praise when asked about how elder brother Raymond was faring with new club, Eastern Suburbs in New Zealand’s Premier League, and said the experience will only benefit the Dwellers in the new season.
Raymond Gunemba joins three other Lae City teammates currently overseas pursuing their footballing careers.
These include fellow striker Nigel Dabinyaba, who is now in Australia with the Northern Pride, Solomon Islander Joachim Waroi, and also PNG’s talented attacking midfielder Michael Foster.
Troy Gunemba believes that with the return of these players, either prior to the start of the new NSL season, or during, they will be a massive boost to the clubs run for a third domestic title, as well as their burgeoning Oceania Champions League run.
Meanwhile, the PNG Football Association has yet to confirm the start of the new season of the Telikom National Soccer League.