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Evan Morgan Grahame

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West Ham disciple. Night-owl Premier League watcher. Is sport, Is good.

Member Since:
 
August 2014
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Matildas do the double over Brazil in Newcastle

Matildas do the double over Brazil in Newcastle

2 days ago

When Brazil scored, the match just one minute old, it was reward for a snorting start.

An interview with Bruce Kamau: “City’s ambition was the reason I moved”

An interview with Bruce Kamau: "City's ambition was the reason I moved"

3 days ago

In a league where – more often than not – age and experience are more richly rewarded than youthful exuberance, it can be tough for an up-and-comer.

Matildas thrill record crowd in strong 2-1 win over Brazil

Matildas thrill record crowd in strong 2-1 win over Brazil

5 days ago

The Matildas bounced up and down as Advance Australia Fair came to its soaring conclusion. The sun was beaming down warmly on the Pepper Stadium pitch in concert with the beaming faces of the sold-out crowd.

Sydney FC might be even better this season

Sydney FC might be even better this season

14 Sep 2017

On a perfectly palatable Leichhardt Oval pitch, on a night sinking into a premature summer balm, the FFA Cup quarter finals staged a rematch of last season’s FFA Cup final.

Including Goodwin is a win-win for Postecoglou

Including Goodwin is a win-win for Postecoglou

12 Sep 2017

Ange Postecoglou, currently being pelted by 140 character-long calls for his dismissal – all of them premature, blind to the fact no one suitable could successfully replace him at such a precarious moment in qualifying – is feeling besieged.

Australia beat Thailand, but still no closer to World Cup qualification

Australia beat Thailand, but still no closer to World Cup qualification

6 Sep 2017

Unlike the Melbourne troposphere, Ange Postecoglou was under heavy pressure.