De Saint-Trond à Doha, l’épopée de Liberato Cacace

From Sint-Truiden to Doha, the epic Liberato Cacace

His first rose in the national team, Liberato Cacace will be remembered for a long time. A decisive goal against Tahiti (1–0 win) allowed his team to qualify for the final of the play-offs in the Oceania region. The match that was held in Doha (Qatar), this match had the character of a World Cup. Just a moment “Very special” for whom “Try to help the team as much as possible.”the defender told New Zealand media Stuff.

Having played around 50 games for St Troyden, Kakas traveled to Empoli last January, making him the first New Zealander to play in Serie A. The 21-year-old left-back has only started two matches in Serie A but against Gilan: Juventus and AC Milan. Although he hasfaced a wide range of teams”he is always “Happy to be with the teamNational Editor’s Note), to wear this shirt. His loan expired at the end of the season, and he could either stay in Italy if the purchase option was to be exercised by Empoli, or return to the Pro League.

Tonight, the former Canary will meet the Solomon Islands, who beat Papua New Guinea (3-2) in the semi-finals. If New Zealand win, they will likely find themselves in the Intercontinental play-off to face Costa Rica, who next night are set to finish fourth in the North American qualifiers. And if they triumph over that disputed shock again in Doha, next June, the squad will play in Liberato Cacace their third World Cup final stage, twelve years later in South Africa in 2010.

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