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Justin Mahon

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Father.Football fan. Social democrat.

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Because I love going to see my club play live with my son and seeing a few mates at the pub on the way…. You know, football stuff.

Why aren’t people turning up to the A-League Men?

Gen-X football fan here. This article is nonsense. I can’t make an argument for why this is nonsense better than others here. I want the last 15 minutes back.

Football has lost its soul in Australia and only the fans can save it now

Waffle – opinions are like you know what’s – everyone has one….

Poppa takes just one game to prove he’s still got it

Several clubs have been pinged for breaching the salary cap and Sydney FC twice…… Victory have never, that is never – and your comment is nothing more than pure, speculative nonsense.

Poppa takes just one game to prove he’s still got it

Arguing that members mean nothing to a football clubs is, how to put this politely…….. courageous?

Poppa takes just one game to prove he’s still got it

The name of the club, Victory, is literally derived from the Latin name of the State. It’s perfect…..

Poppa takes just one game to prove he’s still got it

I like how football was presented as effectively ‘book ending’ their slate. Some respect for the world’s game ⚽❤️

Poppa takes just one game to prove he’s still got it

And to this this is just the start. You can see the scope that has.

The A-League Men's teething problems are nothing that can't be fixed

It’s 50′ on a train and about the same in a car. I CANT get to arts f SE Melbourne is that time from the the inner West where I live. Until WU settle down, it’s a decent option.

The A-League Men's teething problems are nothing that can't be fixed

Asian people struggle with my Irish name and while I tend to nail Greek Ames for some reason, I am lost with many Slavic names. The issue isn’t Australians – it’s humans.

The A-League Men's teething problems are nothing that can't be fixed

Yep. All there issues prior to the content leaving the ground rest with the APl. TO e fair they got on top of them quickly. You saw the difference when 10 did the FTA game. Quality from the first minute. It is fair to critique Paramount for Friday game frame rate and for the app functionality however.

The A-League Men's teething problems are nothing that can't be fixed

GYD is quality. I think her strength is particularly in the tactical asect of the game. I was pleasently surprised, and glad I chose to listen. Archie is good tactically, and on player insights, but far less consistent. He is there for the lols also to be fair to him.i can’t believe I am saying I like brosque and I can take or leave Milligan.

The A-League Men's teething problems are nothing that can't be fixed

AMEN to this.

The A-League Men's teething problems are nothing that can't be fixed

My lad loves it…. I find it very catchy. That is an old guy word….

The A-League Men's teething problems are nothing that can't be fixed

2.2 million players and officials disagree with you and a further 6 million media consumers of the sport do too….

The A-League is back, so is this the season it finally lives up to its potential?

Don’t waste your time explaining…..

The A-League is back, so is this the season it finally lives up to its potential?

You are deeply, deeply provincial. We get it.

The A-League is back, so is this the season it finally lives up to its potential?

Why not both?

The A-League is back, so is this the season it finally lives up to its potential?

Your feigning interest in the world’s game. Jog on.

The A-League is back, so is this the season it finally lives up to its potential?

You get a sense where it is all heading. A very comprehensive, and expensive, approach….

The A-League is back, so is this the season it finally lives up to its potential?

Football is scrutinized more because (1) it is perceived as counter cultural by Boomers and some Gen X and (2) we have internal bomb chuckers who, philosophically speaking, overlap in a VENN diagram with the people protesting in Melbourne in recent days…..

The A-League is back, so is this the season it finally lives up to its potential?

Great article, and enjoyed the Mi3 Podcast – confirmation of a few theories I have kicked about in other articles in this site. Fingers crossed all the positivity and integration is maintained and translates over time into outcomes for APL Co, it’s investors and must importantly – the game of football.

The A-League is back, so is this the season it finally lives up to its potential?

If the FA can develop a sustinabe Div 2 out of the NPl, a Div 2 that contributes to the games growth and development without financially constraining critical investments is women’s football, youth pathways and indigenous engagement –this will drive two outcomes in my opinion. Not only will the APL drive lots of content about Div 2 through through the portal, it will do so because Div 2 will be purchased or otherwise incorporated into the APL. THere will be no Pro/Rel to a Div 2 the APL don’t regulate.

A larger proportion of FA grants should now be directed to NPL and NPLW competitions

Nope. Football is entitled to strategic governance that facilitates game growth and sustainability – not having the FA simply act as a bank.

A larger proportion of FA grants should now be directed to NPL and NPLW competitions

Agree. I am prepared to give some of 10s shows ago, and even just have the news on in the belief there could be, not must be, some football content. I only want our game treated with respect, not belittled, locked out or actively undermined. I think that is reasonable. I am also of the view that Ch10 are, somewhat fortuitously, a better cultural fit for the world’s game…..

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