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That’s the flaw in my plan

The A-League is done, so will anyone come back next season?

Schenkeveld, de Rossi and Robben would do

The A-League is done, so will anyone come back next season?

He’s strangely silent today. Probably coping with unfamiliar positive emotions aroused by Sydney’s win.

The A-League is done, so will anyone come back next season?

If Victory did meet their potential then one of Glory or SFC wouldn’t have. I’m not sure I follow your logic.

A-League season review

I know what you mean but an earlier yellow and he and de Jong would have been in a lot more trouble down their wing.

Very true about the World Cup.

The A-League is done, so will anyone come back next season?

Who are we signing for next year Punter?

The A-League is done, so will anyone come back next season?

Go away.

The A-League is done, so will anyone come back next season?

Yes indeed – well said. Although, Mike is hoovering up the clicks as we type.

The A-League is done, so will anyone come back next season?

I’m a big fan of Grant but he really was lucky last night.

The A-League is done, so will anyone come back next season?

Fadida – I was tempted to vent but you’ve done so well I’ll defer to you.

The A-League is done, so will anyone come back next season?

I think it’s a symptom of the A-League’s immaturity that every big game is treated like a make-or-break audition in front of the wider sporting audience. That’s a cringe-worthy attitude.

It was a great battle if you were a fan of either team, or, a fan of tactical football, or even just a fan of football. It was a final, with lots at stake. No apologies.

The last thing Football needs is to Americanise proceedings so that every game is predictably thrilling.

The A-League is done, so will anyone come back next season?

I was against finals last season but for finals this season. I wonder why???

The A-League is done, so will anyone come back next season?

Not sure about that – Sydney struggle against pacy attacks and Chianese looked a good bet.

Sydney FC pinch grand final from premiers Perth

I’m looking forward to next season Mike. Not much of a sample but then neither are you.

The A-League is done, so will anyone come back next season?

I agree on all points AGO – well said.
Although, I should point out Sydney completely nullified Perth several times this season. So I kind of feel a home/away grand final would be a good option for finding the real champion.

The A-League is done, so will anyone come back next season?

Ghoochannejhad has surprisingly poor touch for someone with his history.

The game itself – the result is harder to pick than the election.

Match preview: Perth Glory vs Sydney FC

Darlinghurst is Western Sydney to the humble folk of Point Piper

This will be the biggest A-League grand final of all time

Perth (WA) or Perth (Scotland) – not much difference in fares. I guess the flights would be cheaper if WA seceded.

This will be the biggest A-League grand final of all time

The airfares put me off.

This will be the biggest A-League grand final of all time

Are you travelling to the game Punter?

This will be the biggest A-League grand final of all time

Milperrathanaikos has a lovely ring to it as well

This will be the biggest A-League grand final of all time

The SCG is truly awful for watching football. Hopefully they’ll play all games at Kogarah – good view and good transport.

This A-League grand final bandwagon talk must stop

It should be a great game. In past seasons Sydney have been able to shut Castro down pretty effectively. It’s a bit harder this season with Ikonomidis there and that’s a worry.

De Jong was excellent last week, in attack and defence. He shut down Victory’s left hand side really well, and made Broxham look amateur. News this morning is that de Jong is ill…

This will be the biggest A-League grand final of all time

As I head north on the M5, left is the west and right is the south and never the twain shall meet. I’m looking forward to the first derby at MacArthur.

This will be the biggest A-League grand final of all time

In the us-vs-them spirit of this article, I’d add that no other football code offers the same opportunities for multicultural humour as Football. From the SMH this morning…

‘potential names that were put forward for consideration for the south west Sydney-based club (MacArthur):

Aston Villawood, Fenerbadgery’s Creek, Mintonazionale, Milperrathanaikos, Prairiewoodinese, AC Leumeahlan, Eintracht Fairfield, Perth Englorie Park, Austreal Madrid, Prestons North End, Hajduk Smithfield, Eagle Valencia, Millervski Sofia, Ingleburnley, Borussia Cawdortmund and Tottendenham Court Hotspurs.’

I particularly like Fenerbadgery’s Creek.

This will be the biggest A-League grand final of all time