Timote Polovili

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Timote Polovili
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Place of birth Tonga
National team
2002 Tonga 3 (0)
Teams managed
2012 Lotoha'apai United
2012– Tonga U17

Timote Polovili is a Tongan professional footballer and football manager. He was still an active player in the Tonga national football team in 2002 and played at 2002 Oceanian Nations Cup. [1] In 2012, he coached the club Lotoha'apai United. [2] Since 2011 he coached the Tonga national under-17 football team. [3]

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