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Tama Fasavalu

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Full name  tama fasavalu
Number  19
Height  1.80 m
Date of birth  07 03 1976
Years  Team
Current team  Central United
Place of birth  samoa, Samoa
Name  Tama Fasavalu
Position  Forward
Playing position  striker
Role  Footballer

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Tama Fasavalu is a Samoan former international footballer who played in New Zealand for Central United as a defender. On May 3, 2012, Fasavalu was indefinitely suspended from the sport by the Auckland Football Federation after striking a referee and breaking his jaw during a match.

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Club career

Fasavalu began his career in Samoa with Kiwi and Tuanaimoto Breeze, before moving to Central United in 2005. He subsequently moved to New Zealand second division Manukau City.

On 25 April 2012 while playing for Manukau City in a match against Tauranga City, Fasavalu was issued a second yellow card at the 79th minute, and subsequently struck referee Len Gattsche in the jaw, breaking it in three places and requiring surgery. Subsequently, Fasavalu was banned from the sport, fined, and criminally charged with wounding with intent to injure.

International career

Fasavalu has played at international level for Samoa.

References

Tama Fasavalu Wikipedia


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