Daniel Quinn Roar Rookie

Daniel Quinn

Roar Rookie

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About

I am a football writer who writes on the A-League and the National Youth League (NYL) as well various European football leagues. I currently write for Goal! Weekly, SoccerAnchor, Bundesliga Fantatic, Sports Tran National, just to name a few.

Also cover the Victorian Premier League (VPL) for Football Federation Victoria (FFV).

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Member Since:
 
February 2012
Based In:
 
Melbourne
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cricket, Football,

Latest Articles

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Should Eli Babalj return to Melbourne Heart?

25 Jan 2013

Melbourne Heart recently announced that Eli Babalj was returning to the Red and White for the remainder of this season and 2013-14. But is re-joining the Heart the right move for the twenty-year-old?

Unconvincing Victory escape punishment in Perth

Unconvincing Victory escape punishment in Perth

21 Jan 2013

The Melbourne Victory finally got the better of the Perth Glory in Western Australia with a gutsy, yet unconvincing, 1-0 win on Saturday evening.

Ange’s philosophy extends to Victory youth

Ange’s philosophy extends to Victory youth

23 Oct 2012

The National Youth League (NYL) kicked off this weekend with Melbourne Victory defeating Adelaide United 3-0. And it was obvious Ange Postecoglou’s philosophy was implemented by Victory’s youth side.

Heart once again wasteful in front of goal

16 Oct 2012

For the second consecutive week John Aloisi’s Melbourne Heart have been wasteful in front of goal, butchering many chances in the 1-1 draw with the Wellington Phoenix.

A defensive crisis at the Melbourne Victory

15 Oct 2012

Brisbane Roar’s 5-0 thumping of the Melbourne Victory on the weekend shows that Ange Postecoglou’s side have plenty of problems, not the least of which is defence.

Di Matteo should be regretting Essien’s departure

22 Sep 2012

European Champions Chelsea opened their defence of their Champions League crown with a somewhat lucky 2-2 draw with Serie A Champions Juventus. The sluggish Blues midfield showed a glaring flaw in Di Matteo’s setup.