A.S. Manu-Ura

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AS Manu-Ura
AS Manu-Ura FC Logo.png
Full name Association Sportive Manu-Ura
Founded 1953
Ground Stade Paea
Papeete, Tahiti
Ground Capacity 10,000
Manager RODRIGUEZ Robert
League Tahiti First Division

AS Manu-Ura is a French Polynesian football team, currently playing in the Tahiti First Division, the top football league in Tahiti. Formed in 1953, AS Manu Ura has a strong history in domestic and regional football with five league titles and three Coupe de Polynesie crowns to their name.

Recent Seasons[edit]

The side has been a dominant force in Tahitian football between 2007 and 2010. The club won a hat-trick of league titles from 2007 to 2009, twice qualifying for the OFC Champions League. In 2010 the club finished top of the league table however they only managed fifth in the Championship Play-Off resulting in the title and Champions League qualification going to rivals AS Tefana.

Achievements[edit]

1996, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009.
2003, 2005.
2008.
2004.

The club in the French football structure[edit]

2003–04, 2005–06, 2009–10

Performance in OFC competitions[edit]

Best: 3° in Group A 2008 and 2010
2008: 3° in Group A
2010: 3° in Group A

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 French Polynesia GK Jonathan Torohia
2 French Polynesia DF Hiro Poroiae
3 French Polynesia DF Rex Faura
4 French Polynesia DF Jean-Yves Li Waut
5 French Polynesia DF Philippe Moretta
6 French Polynesia MF Tamatoa Tauihara
7 French Polynesia MF Henri Tapea
8 French Polynesia MF Vetea Tepa
10 French Polynesia FW Nataniel Wartou Bogs
No. Position Player
11 French Polynesia FW Hiashi Kake
14 French Polynesia MF Stephane Tauirau
15 French Polynesia Vetea Tetuanui
17 French Polynesia Adrien Taero
18 Vanuatu GK Dave Peni
20 French Polynesia FW Billy Mataitai
22 French Polynesia Temarama Tauihara
23 French Polynesia DF Jean Paul Faura
French Polynesia MF Axel Temataua

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