Micronesia’s manager Stan Foster said after the previous thumping: “We expected this sort of game”.
“If they do, that will lead to us having technical assistance and everything else that brings”.
To coach said a world ranking would be a “huge boost”.
That honour may fall to the Nigerian lower league side Akurba FC who were beaten 79-0 and 67-0 in two league matches in 2013 before they were suspended.
“I’m hoping the majority of our boys will be here for at least eight years”.
Organisers claimed it was the biggest win in worldwide football history, eclipsing Australia’s 31-0 hammering of Samoa in 2001.
The tiny western Pacific island nation, which has a population of just over 100,000 people, was demolished by Vanuatu in an Olympic qualifying tournament.
“I am prepared to fly them out in the Kumul plane if they are not happy with what we are offering”, Tkatchenko told Papua New Guinea Today.
The latest drubbing follows a 38-0 loss to Fiji and 30-0 scoreline against Tahiti, meaning the FSM have conceded 114 goals in their three group games without reply. However, that result was ridiculously slanted as SOE protested a refereeing decision in a prior match and decided, for some reason, to score own goals throughout the record defeat.
Two days later, the record set by Tahiti was obliterated by Fiji, who put 38 unanswered goals past the hapless Micronesians.
Fiji cruised to victory with striker Atonio Tuivuna helping himself to 10 goals, while his strike partner Chris Wasasala was lagging behind with just nine.
Vanuatu and Micronesia were both in Pool A of the Pacific Games, along with Fiji and Tahiti.