Cameron Kellett Roar Guru

Cameron Kellett

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I write for theroar.com.au
fromthestandsal.com and ultimatealeague.com.

Follow on twitter at @ALeaguefanatic.

Member Since:
April 2012
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A-League Round 7 wrap: The coaching merry-go-round starts

A-League Round 7 wrap: The coaching merry-go-round starts

28 Nov 2014

Each season we predict and wait. Who will be the first coach to go? No sane person would have predicted it to be Mike Mulvey – but if you did then please inform us as to who will be the premiership winner and grand final champion.

A bit of perspective is required for the Socceroos

A bit of perspective is required for the Socceroos

19 Nov 2014

“People have been bagging us a lot, but after that performance Australia should be right behind us.”

A-League Round 6 wrap: What a difference a week in football can make

A-League Round 6 wrap: What a difference a week in football can make

19 Nov 2014

Brisbane Roar started the season with four straight losses and left many wondering where they were headed. In Round 6 they faced a Newcastle Jets side who should have held Melbourne Victory out the week before.

A-League Round 5 wrap: Roar and Wanderers’ woes continue

A-League Round 5 wrap: Roar and Wanderers' woes continue

12 Nov 2014

With each passing week, it begins to get harder and harder for last season’s grand finalists.

A-League Round 4 wrap: Top three undefeated as four remain winless

A-League Round 4 wrap: Top three undefeated as four remain winless

5 Nov 2014

Although four rounds have passed, Adelaide United, Melbourne Victory and Sydney FC appear to be realistic title contenders this season, as only goal difference separates them heading into Round 5.

A-League Round 3 wrap: Brisbane lose their Roar, Blue Skies ahead and Phoenix flying

A-League Round 3 wrap: Brisbane lose their Roar, Blue Skies ahead and Phoenix flying

28 Oct 2014

Brisbane Roar have recorded not only their worst start to an A-League season but equalled North Queensland Fury’s similar start, after not recording a single point from their first three fixtures.

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