Fifa World Cup Qualification Football at the 2007 South Pacific Games, 1982 Fifa World Cup Qualification
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Description: Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 118. Not illustrated. Chapters: Football at the 2007 South Pacific Games, 1982 Fifa World Cup Qualification, 1978 Fifa World Cup Qualification, 2006 Fifa World Cup Qualification, Australia 31 0 American Samoa, 1974 Fifa World Cup Qualification, 2010 Fifa World Cup Qualification, 2002 Fifa World Cup Qualification, 2008 Ofc Nations Cup, 1998 Fifa World Cup Qualification, 1986 Fifa World Cup Qualification, 1990 Fifa World Cup Qualification, 1994 Fifa World Cup Qualification. Excerpt: The 2007 South Pacific Games Football was held at the Toleafoa J.S. Blatter Complex in Apia, Samoa in from 25 August to 7 September 2007. The Men's tournament formed the first stage of the Oceania Football Confederation's (OFC) qualification tournament for the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the qualification tournament for the 2008 OFC Nations Cup, while the Women's tournament formed the first stage of the OFC's qualification tournament for the 2008 Olympic Games. Both competitions had groups drawn on 12 June 2007 in Auckland, New Zealand. The Men's draw was undertaken by Tim Cahill, while the women's was assisted by Brandi Chastain. New Caledonia's captain, Pierre Wajoka scored a ninth minute penalty against Tahiti in the opening fixture of the games, earning him the distinction of being the scorer of the first goal of the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification process. Solomon Islands team mate Commins Menapi completed the tournament's first hat-trick, on his way to a double brace in the game against American Samoa. Later in the day at the same venue, Osea Vakatalesau of Fiji scored the 2010 World Cup's first double hat-trick as his side defeated Tuvalu 160. The final accredited athlete list at the SPG website shows 10 entered sides. Papua New Guinea, although listed by FIFA as having applied for the 2010 World Cup, did not enter. Tuvalu did enter (although they ...
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