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Jordan Klingsporn

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I mainly cover Football but also a bit of Cricket and AFL. Australian National Teams, Perth Glory, Tottenham Hotspur, Fremantle Dockers, Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, Perth Scorchers.... They're all great!

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If i hear that Australianisms word one more time. :boxing:

Marketing the A-League is a step in the right direction

I’m quite covinced that no matter how much other countries invest in Women’s Cricket, Australia will still dominate. More girls play here, we have better players. Simple.

New Zealand's investment promise the latest step forward for women's cricket

Dees
Saints
Lions
Crows
Power
Bombers
Eagles
Giants
Hawks

The Roar's AFL expert tips and predictions: Round 22

And??????? Western Sydney is to football as Melbourne is to AFL.

Can Steve Corica co-ordinate another successful Sydney FC rebuild?

Ah, i sadly never got to the old White Hart Lane, i’ve got plans to go to the new one though.
I see us finishing 3rd, winning one of the Carabao or FA Cup, then getting around the semis in the UCL.
Ndombele looked good, still uncertain about the Lo Celso signing. Man City away should be a big test.

Did anyone watch an EPL game live this weekend?

No actually. I was going to watch Spurs vs Villa, but my alarm didn’t work. Good we got the win though.

Did anyone watch an EPL game live this weekend?

This “Australianisms” word is getting to me,

Finally, football in Australia is again on the up

I’ve seen on Twitter that MF is banned from The Roar. And not just the football tab, the whole page.

Finally, football in Australia is again on the up

Adelaide United vs Melbourne City Elimination Final: Attendance: 13,232, Season Average: 9,013
Perth Glory vs Adelaide United Semi Final: Attendance: 17,868, Season Average: 10,360
But we don’t care about finals.

A-League independence is almost here but how commercially daring can it be?

The tribalism will come with time. People say that your dad picks your team for you, in the A-League, that won’t be happening for a bit longer.

A-League independence is almost here but how commercially daring can it be?

I’m really looking forward to seeing them. I’ve found some of their chants as well.

I'm on the Western United bandwagon - and you should be too

1. Sydney (The most all rounded team, Kosta and Le Fondre is scary)
2. Victory (Best attack in the comp)
3. Glory (Another well all-rounded team, Keogh and Fornaroli is scary too)
4. Wanderers (New stadium and were impressive against Leeds)
5. WUFC (The additional salary cap will help, great defence)
6. City (Mombaerts will steady the ship)
7. Adelaide (Will regret sacking Kurz)
8. Brisbane (Can’t put them any lower or Waz and Lionheart will want me banned from this page)
9. Jets (O’Donovan’s loss will leave them with not many goals)
10. Phoenix (They’ve lost their front 3, that’s it)
11. CCM (Same old, same old)

A-League hope springs eternal: Part 1

Tigers
Hawks
Crows
Eagles
Saints
Giants
Dockers
Cats
Nuclear Bombers

The Roar's AFL expert tips and predictions: Round 19

Do we want him in chareg of the A-League, or the FFA though.

Craig Foster, football needs you

Good news. Would have to play Manly, Souths or Warriors to get good crowds i reckon.

Bulldogs to take home games to Perth

Beat Blacktown this week and they are there.

The NPL can cure the A-League off-season boredom

Once again, my age is the biggest factor.

The NPL can cure the A-League off-season boredom

I don’t get why people have an issue with booing. Its not okay to do it to players, but perfectly okay for umpires?
Racial booing aint ok, but general booing is.

Uncomfortable as it might be, all sports fans should watch The Final Quarter

If they want 19k crowds. If they get 2 Sydney derby’s, that’ll be 60k, their first home game will get 30k as well. So that’ll mean they need 15.7k crowds for the rest of the games. 14.7k crowds for 18k and so on.

It's time Wanderers fans proved they're the best in Australia

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Lions
Swans
Cats
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Saints

The Roar's AFL expert tips and predictions: Round 18

40% is about all i watch.

How A-League clubs should spend Tony Sage’s predicted $80m windfall

I’ve seen that video of the RBB chanting at a WSW wheelchair match.

How A-League clubs should spend Tony Sage’s predicted $80m windfall

Adelaide: 17 to 20 (weird)
Brisbane: 2 to 20 (great facilities as well)
Central Coast: 7 to 20
Melbourne City: Can’t find it
Melbourne Victory: Can’t find it
Newcastle: 10 to 17
Perth: 10 to 20
Sydney: 12 to 20
Western Sydney: Can’t find it
Wellington: Who cares about NZ clubs?
Most clubs are alright for that area.

How A-League clubs should spend Tony Sage’s predicted $80m windfall

“Mum turns up with the kids and Dad stays home. Why – ‘cos Dad likes the cricket or NRL or AFL and not the soccer so doesn’t want to go”.
I can heavily relate to that Waz.

How A-League clubs should spend Tony Sage’s predicted $80m windfall

Times the day length of season by average crowd (Finals included)
AFL 2018: 6,650,238
NRL 2018: 3,338,436
A-League 2018/19: 2,305,924
Super Rugby 2019: 1,594,418
BBL 2018/19: 1,233,120
NBL: 1,001,346

How A-League clubs should spend Tony Sage’s predicted $80m windfall