Posts Tagged "South Melbourne FC"
The drive is long and quiet through the city on a lazy Mother’s Day afternoon. The A-League is nothing more than a distant memory and there is no football on the radio.
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While most attention over the next week will centre on Melbourne Victory’s upcoming blockbuster clash with English giants Liverpool, it is some lesser-known local clubs which the A-League side is not playing that continues to leave some fans perplexed.
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Joe Gorman’s excellent article on South Melbourne’s attempts to buy into the A-League via the Melbourne Heart have raised some fascinating and spirited discussion on the legacy the National Soccer League (NSL).
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On any given Melbourne Heart match day there are a few noticeable features. John Aloisi’s Italian crafted suits, Hayden Foxe’s pizza boy outift, and a mixture of home-grown talent and veterans taking the pitch.
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After Melbourne Victory decided not to offer interim coach Jim Magilton the full-time position, the biggest coaching job in the A-League is now available. If Brisbane Roar’s Ange Postecoglou is not on the top of the list, he should be.
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Ljubo Milicevic ‘s move to Hajduk Split might not do much for his tarnished off-field reputation, but does give him the opportunity to let his football do the talking for once.
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Over the past few weeks, the governance of Australian football, specifically the struggles of the A-League and how to address them, have been hot topics amongst fans, bloggers and journalists.
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The 2011 Alanic Victorian Premier League season is shaping up to be one of the most highly anticipated in recent history.
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First I’ll state that there should be no monocultural clubs allowed in the A-League. In the professional era of Australian football, having a supporter base limited to a particular minority group is not really acceptable for its growth.
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Earlier this week, I opined about the lack of creativity in the A-League’s managerial and administrative ranks. Now, with the news that South Melbourne FC are on the verge of being included in this year’s Singapore FA Cup, I know where most of football’s most creative and brightest have ended up.
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