Gary Andrews Roar Rookie

Gary Andrews

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About

Gary Andrews is a writer and broadcaster based in the UK, but with heart and family in Australia. He primarily supports Exeter City, Exeter Chiefs and strong caffeine that keeps him going during late nights and early mornings spent watching Australian sport from his sofa.

Member Since:
 
February 2017
Based In:
 
Morden
Favourite Sports:
Cricket, Football, Rugby,

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Four conundrums Bert van Marwijk needs to find a solution to before Russia

Four conundrums Bert van Marwijk needs to find a solution to before Russia

27 Mar 2018

Insofar as a head coach can sound philosophical about a 4-1 humbling in his first game, Bert van Marwijk’s comments after the Socceroos loss against Norway suggested a man who was both concerned yet relatively sanguine.

The extraordinary story of Dulwich Hamlet, the football club Rio Ferdinand is trying to save from closure

The extraordinary story of Dulwich Hamlet, the football club Rio Ferdinand is trying to save from closure

16 Mar 2018

On any given Saturday, first-time visitors to the Dog Kennel Hill branch of Sainsbury’s supermarket in South East London will come face to face with one of the more colourful and idiosyncratic sets of football fans in the capital.

Are Sydney FC getting too much respect from the opposition?

Are Sydney FC getting too much respect from the opposition?

9 Nov 2017

Respect, as the old saying goes, is earned and not given. Try telling that to Sydney FC’s opponents over the past weeks.

Why Kewell’s managerial career shouldn’t be judged on his winless start at Crawley

Why Kewell's managerial career shouldn't be judged on his winless start at Crawley

21 Aug 2017

The table doesn’t lie. Played three, lost three, zero points.

Cult hero Maccarone is risky business for Brisbane Roar

Cult hero Maccarone is risky business for Brisbane Roar

25 Jul 2017

If ever there was a player destined for cult status, Massimo Maccarone fits that bill.

Wenger’s Arsenal are closer to Sutton United than Bayern Munich

Wenger's Arsenal are closer to Sutton United than Bayern Munich

20 Feb 2017

If Arsene Wenger takes a moment to tear himself away from how to fix a shellshocked Arsenal side following their capitulation to Bayern Munich, the economist in him would find a lot to admire about his next opponents: non-leaguers Sutton United.