I just read an article on soccernet.com talking about the OFC's participant in the Club World Cup, Hekari United from Papa New Guinea, and it mentioned how the team made use of local international Island talent to win the OFC Champions League. The teams coach has taken the trophy on a tour of the other islands the teams players hail from, and has called the victory a 'victory for the islands.' Now this got me thinking. I know the OFC is the smallest FIFA confederation. Most of its countries aren't big enough to support a really good, quality league. What about an Oceania League? Take the top teams from the top leagues and form one single league, say, 12-14 teams. All the national leagues would still be kept in place, but the domestic league winners will have a playoff to determine who gets promoted to the Oceania League. You could have just one team getting promoted, or have a sort of double playoff. Two different brackets, two different winners, two different promoted teams. I don't if this could happen, or if the structure and finances are even there for teams to do such a thing, but I honestly think making a league like this will help elevate the game in the OFC area. Who knows, maybe they can poach the Philippines and Indonesia from the AFC after a while? Sound off!