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I'm 13 and I write articles on The Roar for fun. I try to get up at least 1 article a week. I support Sydney FC and Manchester United.

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If Wellington plays as they did against Perth then they have a very good chance, but Sydney has shown that they are consistent and will be looking to prove that, so your prediction is probably right.

Match preview: Sydney FC vs Wellington Phoenix

I agree. Yes, some people have started to realise that I may support Sydney FC…

What will change when Alex Brosque leaves Sydney FC?

Oh sorry, I didn’t make it like that. Is there a way you can fix it?

Wanderers fans demand answers from management

Even though Melbourne spent more money it wasn’t like Wanderers didn’t spend any money. They bought Baumjohann, Kamau, Fitzgerald to name a few, and they weren’t cheap, so they really should be doing a lot better than they are doing, especially against the bigger teams. The game against Wellington was the first game when I really saw the bare minimum quality that they should be showing.

Wanderers fans demand answers from management

I was just basing predictions on what has happened so far. I’m not saying that i will get it right, I’m just ranking teams out of what has happened so far.

How Sydney FC can become true title contenders

I agree. As soon as De Jong gets back it will be a lot harder to press Sydney, as they now will have 2 players who can really make something happen, players who if pressed can get around their man and make something happen with Le Fondre and Brosque. As for the new fast forward, they will have to be someone who will settle for a bench spot next season, as Sydney will still be favouring Buhagiar.

How Sydney FC can become true title contenders

He sounds like a great replacement, but I’d have to see how composed he is in the first team before choosing him or Devlin. But the fact that he’s already the u17 captain means he must have a bright future!

What would it mean for Brandon O'Neill to leave Sydney FC?

Do you mean the Sydney youth team? If so do you think he would be a better replacement then Devlin?

What would it mean for Brandon O'Neill to leave Sydney FC?

Who’s AW?

What would it mean for Brandon O'Neill to leave Sydney FC?

I agree, but he didn’t play a full central role. He played in the gap between Brillante and Grant, and I agree, he looked very impressive in that role, but the skills that he showed made me think even more that he is more of a winger than a defensive midfielder.

What would it mean for Brandon O'Neill to leave Sydney FC?

How so?

What would it mean for Brandon O'Neill to leave Sydney FC?

I agree, he doesn’t have enough quality to make it into the Manchester City team

What would it mean for Brandon O'Neill to leave Sydney FC?

I agree, the referees need to be a bit more watchful on Brillante and O’Neill, but I would argue that in England there are even more professional fouls that don’t get called.

What would it mean for Brandon O'Neill to leave Sydney FC?

Yes, but he can manage to hold onto the ball when being pressed, and you have to admit that he has composure.

What would it mean for Brandon O'Neill to leave Sydney FC?

He would be great at Sydney though.

What would it mean for Brandon O'Neill to leave Sydney FC?

Do you believe that he will sign for Melbourne city or go overseas?

What would it mean for Brandon O'Neill to leave Sydney FC?

That would still mean that Melbourne City would have the first choice over him, as they are sister teams. Do you know when does his loan end?

What would it mean for Brandon O'Neill to leave Sydney FC?

I agree. Luke Brattan is good at set pieces and has an amazing passing range, as well as being comfortable on the ball. But would Melbourne City be willing to let him go to a rival team?

What would it mean for Brandon O'Neill to leave Sydney FC?

He is not the best of defensive midfielders, but he is a good one. I agree though, he will need to build his physical presence to be able to survive in the English championship, and with more improvement, he will be able to play there.

What would it mean for Brandon O'Neill to leave Sydney FC?

Oh sorry, I didn’t see any news about him before writing this. Do you support the team that he plays for?

What would it mean for Brandon O'Neill to leave Sydney FC?

Retre is more of a wide player, and isn’t as good defensively as O’Neill and isn’t as comfortable while being pressed. De Silva could play the role that Retre is playing at the moment, but when Siem De Jong comes back I don’t know what role he will play; so far I don’t know why Sydney signed him.

What would it mean for Brandon O'Neill to leave Sydney FC?

O’Neill is a very underrated player. He is not the most creative player on the pitch, but he doesn’t need to be for the position he plays in.

What would it mean for Brandon O'Neill to leave Sydney FC?

I agree Melbourne Victory have got better quality, but if Ninkovic and le Fondre come out and shine then who knows what might happen. Who can’t base what will happen this year over stats and just judging by the table and results so far. Remember, Melbourne Victory came from fourth to win the league last season.

How Ninkovic and Le Fondre can win the A-League for Sydney FC

Ninkovic comes back, collects the ball and tries to bring it up the field. If on a counter-attack then Ninkovic will not be the first one up, but if they have the ball in a good position then Ninkovic will cut inside and shoot. Ninkovic is the player on the Sydney team that always makes an option, but he’s not a deep midfielder. As for Brillante and O’Neill, that is how they play, but off a corner or freekick when they’re up they have a good chance, and maybe Sydney FC should change it and allow either Brillante or O’Neill to move up and take a shot.

How Ninkovic and Le Fondre can win the A-League for Sydney FC

I agree. They need to bring Ninkovic back a bit because he has enough quality to come back and carry the ball up by himself. Also, Mierzejewski was amazing at free kicks and there isn’t much Sydney can do to replace him at the moment, but Brillante and O’Neill are both capable of taking good shots from outside the box, and Ninkovic has proved capable as well.

How Ninkovic and Le Fondre can win the A-League for Sydney FC