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After the Socceroos’ abysmal performance in the recent World Cup Qualifiers verses the likes of Saudi Arabia, Japan and Thailand, there has been mass outrage as the current squad missed a huge chance to leap frog to the top of the group and set themselves up a great chance to qualify for Russia 2018. We didn’t leave Saudi Arabia empty handed, we left with one … Continue reading Is it just a slight glitch for the Asian Champions?
Week 6 Week six of the A-League has passed us and we have Sydney FC top and still undefeated, Melbourne City six points away from the leaders, Brisbane Roar strong in third and Melbourne Victory fresh on fourth after a 3-0 victory over the weekend against fierce rivals, Western Sydney Wanderers. Sadly, the former champions, Adelaide United sit last, on two points, Central Coast Mariners just … Continue reading What’s bothering me six weeks into the A-League season
We can date professional football in Australia back 40 years when there was 41 clubs involved across Australia. Today however, professional football in Australia puts the National Soccer League to shame with nine professional football clubs: Sydney FC Western Sydney Wanderers Adelaide United Newcastle Jets Central Coast Mariners Melbourne Victory Melbourne City Perth Glory Brisbane Roar What amazes me though is the number of kids playing football … Continue reading We need to look at the bigger picture; our kids’ futures as footballers in Australia
I’m currently working on a story on the prospects of A-League expansion and the position grassroots clubs or, our ‘semi professional’ National Premier League clubs find themselves after 11 years. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to interview Lucy Zelic, host of the Hyundai A-League matches live on SBS, the UEFA Champions League, the EPL matches and also hosts the SBS A-League Radio Show on … Continue reading A-League expansion. Interview with Lucy Zelic
The Socceroos boss Ange Postecoglou was joined by his captain Mile Jedinak and also by a very good presser crowd from Australian media to a large contingent of Japanese media too. Ange started the press conference acknowledging that this is a big game in its entirety and believes it dates back to the 2006 World Cup and it has grown since Australia joined the AFC. Ange also … Continue reading Press Conference: Australia v Japan WCQ2018
The Asian leg of World Cup Qualifiers 2018 Russia took us to Jeddah where Saudi Arabia hosted the Socceroos. Coming into this match both teams are on six points only separate by goal a goal differential. This fixture was imperative for either team to bag the points but the task was difficult for Ange’s men as they entered a very hostile King Abdullah stadium that was … Continue reading WCQ2018: Saudi Arabia 2 Australia 2