Posts Tagged "Ange Postecoglou"
Tony Popovic might have been named coach of the season, but Graham Arnold will be the happier man after winning his first A-League grand final.
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Much like the race for a finals spot, both A-League elimination finals this weekend have refused to die quietly.
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It seems eons ago that Ange Postecoglou was mauled by Craig Foster after the failure of our national team to qualify for the 2007 Youth World Cup.
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The trend towards more Australian coaches is certainly a good one, but the A-League should never close the door to the potential of coaching influence from outside.
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The A-League this season has been memorable for a lot of reasons, not least the revolving door of coaches.
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Melbourne Victory coach Ange Postecoglou insists he couldn’t care less that the A-League club enter the finals having not beaten a top-six opponent in months.
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Finals football is now occupying Ange Postecoglu’s mind after Melbourne Victory wrapped up third place on the A-League ladder with a scrambling 3-2 win over Wellington Phoenix on Sunday.
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Four-time national championship winning coach Ange Postecolgou was announced as the inaugural A-League All Stars coach on Monday.
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A-League champions Brisbane will finally welcome back Ange Postecoglou “with open arms” on Saturday night but are more motivated by Melbourne Victory’s searing test of their finals credentials.
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Melbourne Victory’s 5-0 rout of the Newcastle Jets last weekend has catapulted the club’s championship aspirations, following a poor run of form which saw the club lose three consecutive matches.
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For much of the season they have looked just about unstoppable, but, over the past fortnight, Adelaide United and the Western Sydney Wanderers have highlighted the chink in Melbourne Victory’s game – taking on an opposition with a more robust approach.
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In the back of the mind of every Melbourne Victory supporter is the knowledge that at the moment, this kind of success comes at a price.
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A-League two-time championship coach Ange Postecoglou believes the competition could be vulnerable to match-fixing.
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If Ange Postecoglou is the master, Tony Popovic is the apprentice. Melbourne Victory and Western Sydney Wanderers play the most attractive football in the A-League.
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There have been some fantastic rivalries and derby encounters throughout the history of Australian football. From the National Soccer League era, to the refurbished A-League competition, we’ve witnessed some classic encounters.
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A funny thing has happened to the A-League. Club owners and decision-makers have finally realised that locally-born and/or produced coaches have just as much chance of winning you a title as an expensive foreign import.
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Melbourne Victory coach Ange Postecoglou warns young players risk their long-term career prospects by chasing big money deals overseas.
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It is easy to dislike Melbourne Victory. For everyone but their supporters, Victory can come across as the smug know-it-all you just wish would leave the party early.
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Melbourne Victory coach Ange Postecoglou has made it clear he is still unimpressed with the hysteria that the Roar whipped up on his return to Brisbane in October.
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Instead of boycott threats, Brisbane Roar general manager Sean Dobson says the A-League should have a good look at itself to ensure they are not snubbed again at the 2014 Asian Champions League.
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