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A-League 2013/14 – Round 16 – Bye, Bye, Bessie

BRISBANE ROAR 2 – WELLINGTON PHOENIX 1 ADELAIDE UNITED 2 MELBOURNE HEART 2 CENTRAL COAST MARINERS 3 NEWCASTLE JETS 0 MELBOURNE VICTORY 0 SYDNEY FC 5 WESTERN SYDNEY WANDERERS 3 PERTH GLORY 1 The Week Where Everything Happened So here’s how the week went down. Tuesday:  Besart Berisha writes a letter to Brisbane Roar fans explaining that he is leaving ...

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A-League 2013/14 – Round 10 – All In The Family

MELBOURNE VICTORY 2 PERTH GLORY 0 WELLINGTON PHOENIX 1 BRISBANE ROAR 2 ADELAIDE UNITED 4 CENTRAL COAST MARINERS 0 NEWCASTLE JETS 0 WESTERN SYDNEY WANDERERS 1 SYDNEY FC 2 MELBOURNE HEART 1 Alastair Edwards’ sons are great footballers insists Alastair Edwards Round Ten of the A-League saw one of the bottom three clubs – Adelaide United – finally make good ...

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A-League 2013/14 – Round 1 – Smash and Grab

SYDNEY FC 2 NEWCASTLE JETS 0 CENTRAL COAST MARINERS 1 WESTERN SYDNEY WANDERERS 1 MELBOURNE VICTORY 1 MELBOURNE HEART 1 WELLINGTON PHOENIX 1 BRISBANE ROAR 2 ADELAIDE UNITED 3 PERTH GLORY 1 Vacancy It’s been an eventful week of football in Australia.  The opening round of the season saw a record 100,000+ fans in attendance and tv ratings continuing to ...

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A-League 2012/13 – Round 17 – Wandering Aimlessly

Melbourne Heart 2 Adelaide United 0 Sydney FC 7 (!) Wellington Phoenix 1 Central Coast Mariners 0 Newcastle Jets 0 Perth Glory 0 Melbourne Victory 1 Brisbane Roar 1 Western Sydney Wanderers 2 “This is pretty depressing” – Thomas Broich, post-match interview It’s not quite as bad as how things are in Wellington, but its pretty close.  Brisbane Roar lost ...

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Snow In Wellington

There was a tweet earlier today from Matt that bemoaned Dubai’s predictability in its weather – always hot, humid and sunny.  Not to look a gift horse in the mouth but occasionally I feel the same way with Brisbane.  It’s always at a pleasantly mild twentysomething degrees and since the flood in January, it’s gone back to behaving itself and ...

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