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A-League Round 17 – Round 17 – Mulvey Time

Melbourne Heart 2 Sydney FC 1 Perth Glory 1 Melbourne Victory 1 Wellington Phoenix 2 Adelaide United 1 Newcastle Jets 2 Western Sydney Wanderers 2 Brisbane Roar 2 Central Coast Mariners 1 The Comeback Kings “If the Roar beat the Mariners and the Wanderers over the next two weeks…you may as well send the Premiere’s Plate to Brisbane” There is ...

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A-League 2013/14 – Round 5 – Red Reddy Redemption

Kwame Yeboah or George Yeboah?

Melbourne Heart 0 Western Sydney Wanderers 1 Wellington Phoenix 1 Perth Glory 1 Adelaide United 1 Newcastle Jets 2 Sydney FC 3 Melbourne Victory 2 Central Coast Mariners 0 Brisbane Roar 1 The Big Blue Comedy Hour It’s funny how the complexion of a season can change in just one round.  Embattled Sydney FC coach Frank Farina was possibly looking ...

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A-League 2012/13 Grand Final – Arnold Finally Wins Something

Western Sydney Wanderers 0 Central Coast Mariners 2 Central Coast Mariners’ coach Graham Arnold never won a title as a player.  His club Sydney United once made the finals in the old NSL football competition but were defeated in the knockout stages.  He later went on to manage the Socceroos but could not lead them to World Cup qualification in ...

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A-League 2012/13 – Semi Final – Beaten By The Best

Western Sydney Wanderers 2 Brisbane Roar 0 Central Coast Mariners 1 Melbourne Victory 0 “Shinji Ono…genius!” – Brenton Speed “If we were going to get beaten by anyone, I’m glad it was Western Sydney and I’m glad it was Shinji Ono” – my mum In the end, Western Sydney Wanderers were too good and beat us for the fourth time ...

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A-League 2012/13 – Round 22 – The Pointy End of the Season

What did Thomas Broich do wrong to get stuck at the table with the youth players and Matt Jurman at the team lunch?  Newcastle Jets 0 Brisbane Roar 0 Western Sydney Wanderers 1 Perth Glory 0 Central Coast Mariners 6 Melbourne Victory 2 Wellington Phoenix 2 Adelaide United 2 Melbourne Heart 3 Sydney FC 1 And Then There Were Two ...

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