NEW A-LEAGUE CLUB SIGNS LOCAL BOY

May 19, 2012

The new A – League club currently known as Western Sydney (they are so young they don’t have a real name yet) have signed ‘local boy – done good’ Tony Popovic as their inaugural manager. […]

NAGOYA IN GOSFORD

May 15, 2012

In other news Nagoya Grampus tonight play for survival in the ACL. Nagoya take on Australia’s Central Coast Mariners who are fresh from their biggest win in Asia, two weeks ago. They beat Chinese team […]

ALOISI HAS HEART IN RIGHT PLACE

May 9, 2012

After being on the playing roster just last year (2010/2011) Socceroos golden boy John Aloisi now finds himself the Heart’s head coach. Aloisi was full of praise for the board and the achievements of the […]

GRAHAM ARNOLD STAYS AT GOSFORD

May 9, 2012

Graham Arnold is staying put. The man who has steered the Mariners into calm and prosperous waters over the past two seasons will remain on board much to the chagrin of his Sky Blue suitors. […]

BRISBANE ROAR PLAYING FOR SURVIVAL

April 17, 2012

Tonight the Brisbane Roar face Korean opponent Ulsan Hyundai in a match which could signal the end of their hopes of ACL success in 2012. With a possible 9 points left to play for, and […]

A-LEAGUE TURMOIL

April 11, 2012

Mining magnate Nathan Tinkler has attempted to pull the rug from under the Newcastle Jets in a display of petulance. The owner of the Jets had a representative host a depressing press conference where the […]

GRAMPUS HANG ON FOR DRAW IN GOSFORD

March 28, 2012

Wednesday night’s clash between Nagoya Grampus and Central Coast Mariners saw the A – League outfit acquit themselves well. The Aussie team who have just been crowned Premiers Plate champions (akin to winning the league […]

KENNEDY AND CO. ARRIVE

March 20, 2012

Josh Kennedy and Nagoya Grampus have arrived on the Central Coast. On a mission to snatch and grab three points for their Asian Champions League campaign, Grampus will start favourites. Despite only managing a draw […]

FC TOKYO IN A REAL STINK

March 6, 2012

Tonight’s first round of the Asian Champions League sees a number of great clashes. Celebrated A-League champions Brisbane Roar take on newly promoted J-League outfit FC Tokyo, while in Japan we see two former ACL […]

SHIMIZU’S BROSQUE SHINES FOR SOCCEROOS

March 4, 2012

Wednesday’s World Cup qualifier saw the Socceroos survive a scare against a surprisingly resilient Saudi outfit. Starring for the Aussies was former Sydney-sider Alex Brosque, with two goals and an assist. Brosque’s goals coming in […]

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