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Brendan

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Interested in the popularity and growth of football in Australia, especially the A-League. Also passionate about the history of the former National Soccer League. I am a supporter of the Australia Cup, and believe a National Second Division is achievable.

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I feel for Perth. With Staj onboard, I had them pinned as a quality squad.

The Roar's A-League Men tips and predictions: Round 25

Beloved Leichhardt Oval. Anywhere north of the Town Hall is walkable.

Parking is a pain, as some of the council signs only allow for 60 minutes parking.

Most folk park near La Montage, at the bottom of the hill, under the pool. That’s free.

The Roar's A-League Men tips and predictions: Round 25

“The statistics are there, it’s a stupid amount of reds at the moment and they’re ruining games of football.” – Joe Lolley

The Roar's A-League Men tips and predictions: Round 25

Did Macarthur just win the Lotto?
I’m sure we’ll all be chatting about this on Monday.
Nine men Bulls, against probably the biggest team in the competition (apart from Victory), & they win?!? One for the record books.
Well, Campbelltown will be rocking & rolling tonight. Drink responsibly!

The Roar's A-League Men tips and predictions: Round 25

Two reds for Macarthur? Yikes. That’s really got to push the fans over the edge.

The Roar's A-League Men tips and predictions: Round 25

Half-time in Campbeltown.
Macarthur 1-up over Sydney, & with only ten men. RED to the Bulls. FC still look promising.
1-0

The Roar's A-League Men tips and predictions: Round 25

A huge missed opportunity for Roar. They need to buy some serious strike power up front.

Melbourne will gain confidence from this, even though they’re kings of parking the bus. A dozen draws & counting.

The Roar's A-League Men tips and predictions: Round 25

0-0, Brisbane only have ten minutes left to steal a win. Victory hanging on.

The Roar's A-League Men tips and predictions: Round 25

51 minutes in
Geria handed a RED card.
Melbourne down to 10 men.

The Roar's A-League Men tips and predictions: Round 25

Victory 0
Roar 0
Halftime. Brisbane looking slightly stronger. Taking a few more chances. Seven corners, but nothing to show.

The Roar's A-League Men tips and predictions: Round 25

I was expecting a draw too.

It’ll be a cracker of a final round. One last hurrah from WU. However, City are on a hot streak.

The Roar's A-League Men tips and predictions: Round 25

City 2
WSW 1
Only a few minutes left. Into injury time. Wanderers with much better statistics.

The Roar's A-League Men tips and predictions: Round 25

City currently 2-0 on WSW.
Leo Natel‘a first goal was stunning.
Melbourne strolling, unchallenged by Western Sydney.

The Roar's A-League Men tips and predictions: Round 25

After the Rebels, I heard the next club to experience financial difficulties was the Brumbies. Apparently they’re a million plus dollars in debt.

The Super Rugby franchise has more history (& fans) than Canberra United. Far more.

Their potential handout could be significant.

With A-League finals on the horizon, Central Coast must travel half a world away to begin it's dream of AFC Cup final spot

Canberra FC is a sticky situation. Does that mean the government will then bail out the Brumbies?

With A-League finals on the horizon, Central Coast must travel half a world away to begin it's dream of AFC Cup final spot

Doka is a mystery to me. Although, I’d let him take all the free kicks. He’s usually on target.

Yeah, Torres is a bit hot & cold. Technically skilled, but impatient.

With A-League finals on the horizon, Central Coast must travel half a world away to begin it's dream of AFC Cup final spot

I have a feeling the postponed Adelaide United game will define whether Central Coast hold the Premier’s Plate or not.

With A-League finals on the horizon, Central Coast must travel half a world away to begin it's dream of AFC Cup final spot

Abdysh-Ata Kant vs Central Coast Mariners
Draw, 1-1.
Statistics favouring the home team.

With A-League finals on the horizon, Central Coast must travel half a world away to begin it's dream of AFC Cup final spot

Let’s hope Mark Jackson read the article. MJ, destiny is in your hands.

With A-League finals on the horizon, Central Coast must travel half a world away to begin it's dream of AFC Cup final spot

One must never forget… The treble.

With A-League finals on the horizon, Central Coast must travel half a world away to begin it's dream of AFC Cup final spot

Campbelltown Sports Stadium – The Old Trafford of Oz.

Does the A-League have the clout to make a UK-bound event round work in season 2024/25?

I enjoyed the article. Nothing wrong with playing the devil’s advocate. I’m open to all opinions.

Does the A-League have the clout to make a UK-bound event round work in season 2024/25?

Agreed. That’s a staggering amount of possession for limited results.

'I was concerned with all of it': Ange sounds form warning as Spurs drop out of UCL spots after thrashing, City go top

Not sure about the pen. Will have to watch the replay.

All I know is Irankunda missed the shot. Perfect save by Kurto.

Too much pressure for young Irankunda?

A-League clubs air grievances after Nestory Irankunda's shock snubbing of Olyroos duty

I’m gobsmacked. Adelaide clearly have the upper hand, yet the Bulls have somehow turned it around.

Macarthur are leading with only 10 men.

A-League clubs air grievances after Nestory Irankunda's shock snubbing of Olyroos duty

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