Janakan Seemampillai Roar Pro

Janakan Seemampillai

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Manchester City and Western Sydney Wanderers fan here. Also have a soft spot for the crazy gang (AFC Wimbledon) and Melbourne City. There is a reason why they call the world game the beautiful game....

Member Since:
 
November 2016
Based In:
 
Geelong
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Football,

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Let the battle for A-League expansion begin

Let the battle for A-League expansion begin

3 days ago

The A-League has finally announced that there will be two new teams come the 2019-20 season, long-awaited good news for Australian football fans.

Geelong is finally on the world game map

Geelong is finally on the world game map

25 Jan 2018

2017 was a significant year for Geelong football in so many ways but most importantly it was the year when the world game finally came of age in the seaside town.

Why women’s football must take the next step in 2018

Why women's football must take the next step in 2018

23 Jan 2018

2018 is a crucial year for football in Australia, particularly in the women’s game.

Leading women in football: An interview with Kat Smith

Leading women in football: An interview with Kat Smith

18 Jan 2018

For years, Kat Smith has been regarded as one of the best technical directors in Victorian football. Now, she’s one of the top female coaches in the country.

The FFA is missing a golden opportunity

The FFA is missing a golden opportunity

15 Jan 2018

Melbourne Victory beat cross-town rivals City 2-1 in a cracking Melbourne derby yesterday. The match was highly anticipated with many fans excited about a game between two fierce rivals who have delivered many exciting contests in recent times.

It’s time for football to stop being treated like an exclusive club in Australia

It's time for football to stop being treated like an exclusive club in Australia

11 Jan 2018

In the words of the late Les Murray, football is the world game, and if statistics are anything to go by, it should be Australia’s game.