Posts Tagged "Mark Bosnich"

Mark Bosnich is unhappy with the A-League’s salary cap.

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How dare Sir Alex Ferguson question the professionalism of a once convicted drug cheat? How dare he question a captain who turned on his own team, and publicly humiliate his teammates, or simply say what we were all thinking of David Beckham?

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Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has lashed Australian charge Mark Bosnich in his autobiography, calling the goalkeeper a “terrible professional”.

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Former Australian goalkeeper Mark Bosnich has remembered outgoing Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson as a fear-inducing but fair and sometimes humorous mentor.

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To say that it’s been a difficult season for Melbourne Victory is almost an understatement. It has been catastrophic. Last weekend’s dysfunctional 90-minute display to bitter rival Sydney FC was a mere reflection of the campaign it has endured – sloppy, underwhelming and unacceptable.

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Technical development and creating a pathway for potential Socceroos are the primary objectives of the A-League.

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Muscat to learn fate

By , 6 Dec 2010

The fate of fiery Melbourne Victory captain Kevin Muscat will be known on Monday following the controversial end to a thrilling draw with runaway A-League leaders Brisbane Roar.

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Following The World Game program on Monday night, Franz Straka, the North Queensland Fury coach, brought to my attention just what a great and jubilant personality he brings to the game in Australia.

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It is well known and documented that the A-League is suffering. Average crowds are well down on what they once were and what seems like every second club is either in finical disarray or have managers who do not want to be there.

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Watching the Young Socceroos just about take out the Asian under 19s championship on Sunday night, it was hard not to take a trip down memory lane to the halcyon days of youth football in Australia throughout the early 1990s.

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Ben Buckley’s media offensive to calm talk of a crisis in the A-League only highlighted another deficiency for the local game; the lack of conviction, passion and presence from football’s leadership.

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Are you a glass half-full or glass half-empty sort of person? Depending on your disposition you either viewed the first round of the A-League as proof that the seeds of interest are growing, or that the support for the league is at an unsustainable level.

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I am writing from Papua New Guinea as a Socceroos fan. Waking up early to watch you play that pathetic game was a great disappointment. You not only did not play well, you played like school kids.

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The toughest decisions made by directors of football clubs are definitely in the hard times: whether or not they should fire the coach or give him more time?

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The Sydney Olympic boardroom has been known throughout the years as one of the toughest in the game, with many characters of the past pushing for one main goal: national supremacy.

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A football coach with the name of Ferguson benches a player because he has decided to play a different system, and feels said player is jaded. The player refuses to sit on the bench.

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The tide of public opinion seems to be turning against Fox Sports. With A-League crowds dipping, the fact the league’s reach is limited by that of Foxtel’s is not lost on those who are searching for answers to explain the disinterest.

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Sir Alex Ferguson has claimed that Manchester United’s move for Australian goalkeeper Mark Bosnich ten years ago cost him the chance to sign record-breaker Edwin van der Sar as Peter Schmeichel’s successor.

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An Oceania All Stars team were no match for David Beckham’s well-drilled LA Galaxy in an exhibition soccer fixture at Auckland’s Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday night.

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David Beckham arrived in New Zealand on Wednesday for a second round of football diplomacy, receiving a welcome which was rousing if more muted than on his inaugural visit a year ago.

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