BY PETER ZOLEVEKE II
TELEKOM Soccer League (TSL) lone import player, Vanuatu’s John Alick has been impressive with the competitiveness of the first Round of the competition this season.
The Solomon Warriors defending midfielder revealed that the 2020/2021 Season has been competitive compared to past seasons.
“This season is competitive than the last season, because it has eleven teams and everyone did their best to compete,” Alick told SunSPORTS in an interview.
The national Vanuatu player also has been overwhelmed with the impact by former national U17 players during the competition.
“I really appreciate the performances of the U17 players, how they performed showed they want to compete to the standard where we all expected from them, the team managements and supporters.
“They scored good goals and made good results, great impact and a way forward for Solomon Island soccer,” Alick expressed.
The towering midfielder this season will be his third TSL appearance as he aims to lead the defending champions to close the gap on the top spots.
Henderson Eels currently are four points clear on 27 points securing the top seat followed by Laugu FC and Warriors.
“For round two, its good teams maintain the same standard into the final round,” Alick wraps.