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your key word in that age averaging is ‘squad’.

Is your A-League side's manager safe, or under the pump in 2021-22?

AA, when you made your declaration I’m sure you said you saw him once in a game in Russia. That would have been among thirty other players, one game in which he probably touched the ball in front of goal less than a handful of times. Yet, your declaration appears to be binding, for life. I saw him for 10 minutes on TV in a new club with new players and coach, in a new country and say that ‘he looks to have a bit of class’. I read enough of your commentary to know your grasp of the English language is very good.
He looks to have a bit of class, as we should expect given his pedigree, doesn’t mean anything more than what it says.

Is your A-League side's manager safe, or under the pump in 2021-22?

Aloisi will be good for WU off the park, in building the club. He did a great job at Roar when things were rock bottom, at putting the blocks in place, training ground, academy and stuff like that, which is probably what WU need at the moment, a decent foundation. Aloisi would probably make a better head of football, or director or whatever it is called, rather than coach, but good luck to him.
Moon’s recruits looked pretty good in the FFA Cup match on Tuesday night, even that ‘lumbering’ striker looks to have a bit of class.

Is your A-League side's manager safe, or under the pump in 2021-22?

Welcome to Max Rushden, a great addition for us.

'You can't bluff football fans': Rushden makes Stan debut alongside Bozza and Foz as UCL kicks off

where’s Rich Bayliss going?

'You can't bluff football fans': Rushden makes Stan debut alongside Bozza and Foz as UCL kicks off

same issue – conclusion, the TV app has been withdrawn, new one out soon maybe. I think someone said this earlier.

How should Australian football use the new media deal to grow the game?

hope you’ve sorted it – I had problems initially, then realised I haven’t updated my TV wifi

How should Australian football use the new media deal to grow the game?

oh you’re mixing thuggery up with the sport of boxing. They’re completely different. Thugs fight with anger and aim to damage. Boxers fight with skill, tactics and play to the rules as laid down by the sporting body.

Has brand Tim Cahill now become brand FIFA?

wouldn’t agree with you there Stuart, it’s been around a lot longer than football in various forms. It’s undoubtedly too brutal for modern spectators, most of them anyway. Try going 15 rounds, skill is but a bit of it.

Has brand Tim Cahill now become brand FIFA?

I didn’t know Kennedy was joining Raso at Man City. That’s good news. Didn’t see many games on the weekend but caught Kerr’s two goals, with ease (gifts actually) and Gilnieck looking like she owns the front end, as usual. And lots of youngsters coming through the W League, great stuff.

Women’s football in Australia: Start making noise now

I probably should go, but I’m snowed under and can’t afford the time for this one. Never over confident with any opponent in football.

How should Australian football use the new media deal to grow the game?

that was a Wide Bay select team, they played while in a training camp up there. Almost an annual event now, I wouldn’t read a great deal into the result, but hey, I’m still expecting Roar to win tonight. A couple of up and coming youngsters to watch, mind, haven’t seen the team yet.

How should Australian football use the new media deal to grow the game?

thanks Jordan, that definitely looks like the way to go. Already have Google home, that’s just an addition. I’m running to the shop, can’t wait to do this. ⚽ 👍
see here

How should Australian football use the new media deal to grow the game?

I was a big boxing fan, in my youth, Ali did it for me, still does. But the promoters completed destroyed the sport, money, money. I walked away and never returned, never watch a fight, even now, except amateur.

Has brand Tim Cahill now become brand FIFA?

I think Tim has spun out on this one.

Has brand Tim Cahill now become brand FIFA?

What is the best way to access Paramount+? Ch 10 is a no-brainer, but there’s no App for Paramount+ on my smart TV. Presently I can access it through my phone, and cast, or through my X Box. Is there a better way? The big advantage of Fox was it’s ease of access through their set top box.

How should Australian football use the new media deal to grow the game?

her husband’s a bit of a football person too – but Annastacia detests our game apparently

The Socceroos and West Ham United winning should make football fans very uncomfortable

these are silly comments to make on a football blog
especially given the preferential treatment given for vaccine distributiuon

The Socceroos and West Ham United winning should make football fans very uncomfortable

is that you Gladys?

The Socceroos and West Ham United winning should make football fans very uncomfortable

the old, they all do it trick
missed it by — that much

The Socceroos and West Ham United winning should make football fans very uncomfortable

Well done to you Andy, for covering these games. Thanks.
Bring on the second division.

FFA Cup Round of 32 preview: Queensland Lions vs Casuarina FC

thanks Jupiter53 – I must catch up with a number of those. You should do a regular feature on these games, growing interest, especially in coming years. Just a short article, expand your comment here out a bit. Just encouraging you, as you seem to have a good eye for how the games go.

The Socceroos and West Ham United winning should make football fans very uncomfortable

here Stuart, you must know this anthem well. It just makes you want to be a West Ham supporter. My friends in the UK attend their games fairly regularly.

The Socceroos and West Ham United winning should make football fans very uncomfortable

women in the UK WPL are going great. Raso had a fabulous game for Man City on the weekend.

The Socceroos and West Ham United winning should make football fans very uncomfortable

Nice article Stu, thanks.
You know all about that West Ham dream, and Socceroos are much the same, like those West Ham bubbles, one of the great pre-game anthems anywhere, they rise to the sky to just fade away and die, or something like that isn’t it?

The Socceroos and West Ham United winning should make football fans very uncomfortable

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