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Tony Tannous

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About

Tony Tannous, "The Round Ball Analyst", is a Sydney-based freelance football writer of all things technical and tactical, and has been covering Australian and international football for over 20 years. Tony is a pioneer of football analysis downunder, having started Australia's first football blog, "The Round Ball Analyst", in 2006, and has been an integral part of The Roar since 2009.

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One game left in a very Spanish A-League season

One game left in a very Spanish A-League season

28 Apr 2016

On the field it’s been an outstanding A-League season, perhaps the best yet, as I wrote two months ago.

Room for improvement for the Socceroos’ defence as Asian opposition ramps up

Room for improvement for the Socceroos' defence as Asian opposition ramps up

31 Mar 2016

Australians have every reason to be delighted with the progress of Ange Postecoglou’s Socceroos as they navigated their first phase of qualifiers with a style reminiscent of some of the play we saw under Guus Hiddink.

How Postecoglou is keeping his players on their toes

How Postecoglou is keeping his players on their toes

24 Mar 2016

With little hype and fanfare ahead of tonight’s World Cup qualifier in Adelaide, it makes it hard for Ange Postecoglou to get his players up and in the right frame of mind to get the job done.

A-League quality this season the deepest it’s been

A-League quality this season the deepest it's been

26 Feb 2016

If the success or quality of any competition is to be measured by its evenness and depth, and there is some debate if that’s entirely the best method, then the A-League has made strides in the right direction this season.

Wanderers will become top dogs, but mischief makers must pull their heads in

Wanderers will become top dogs, but mischief makers must pull their heads in

11 Feb 2016

Much of what went on in the terraces at Etihad Stadium was about flexing some muscle to send a message about who is the biggest club in the land. Those Wanderers fans who took it too far have since received an unequivocal message to pull their heads in.

Melbourne City’s Wanderland sojourn a genuine title test

Melbourne City’s Wanderland sojourn a genuine title test

28 Jan 2016

To say it’s one of the most anticipated games of the season would be underselling tomorrow night’s clash at Wanderland between the top two, the Western Sydney Wanderers and Melbourne City.

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