Posts Tagged "Newcastle Jets"

Roy O’Donovan has been hit with a ten-game ban as a result of ‘serious foul play’ during the 2018 A-League Grand Final.

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I am lucky enough to have a loyal group of readers within Australia, throughout parts of Asia and one that even extends into North America and Europe.

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Newcastle fans, I feel your pain. The ambiguity that you feel is justified, but what I’m about to say may hurt just a little more: the best team won on the day.

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We have been cheated by the FFA’s response to the Video Assistant Referee malfunctioning, potentially costing the Newcastle Jets their first A-League championship since the 2007-08 season.

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One of the few things FFA got right this year was sticking to their word and letting the highest placed team host the grand final.

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Melbourne Victory’s fourth A-League title in Saturday’s grand final was achieved by a side that has done it the hard way, coming from fourth place to claim the championship, the first time a team from outside the top two has lifted the A-League trophy.

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They lost the A-League grand final in hugely controversial circumstances but Ernie Merrick made sure Newcastle knew they’d already won.

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Having beaten Sydney – by the skin of their teeth – in extra time last weekend in the semi-final, by playing reactive, counter-attacking football, it was assumed Melbourne would have to modify their game-plan against Newcastle.

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The Melbourne Victory are A-League Champions for 2017-18 after defeating the Newcastle Jets at McDonald Jones Stadium, with a controversial ninth-minute goal to Kosta Barbarouses enough to seal the crown.

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Match result: The Melbourne Victory have been crowned A-League champions after a ninth-minute goal to Kosta Barbarouses was enough to seal the deal.

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The Newcastle Jets and Melbourne Victory will do battle for the right to call themselves champions when they meet in the 2018 A-League Grand Final tonight. If you’re looking to watch the match, either on your TV or via a live stream, you’re in the right place – we have all the information you’re looking […]

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The 2018 A-League Grand Final will be played at 7:50pm AEST on Saturday 5 May between the Newcastle Jets and Melbourne Victory at McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle.

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With seemingly the whole of Newcastle wanting to be a part of Saturday’s A-League Grand Final against Melbourne Victory, it’s worth noting that this isn’t the first time Melbourne and Newcastle teams have played a national club final.

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Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat has predicted an early arm wrestle with Newcastle as the A-League grand final foes fight for an early ascendancy.

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It will have taken a few days, perhaps even the entire week, for Melbourne Victory to refocus.

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Take nothing away from the biggest A-League game of the season, but ticket scalping is another preventable problem that no one will do anything about.

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This season, there have been only two constants in the Newcastle Jets starting XI. One is captain and A-League legend Nikolai Topor-Stanley, the other an unheralded 23-year-old who has been a key cog in this remarkable fairytale – midfielder Steven Ugarkovic.

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I sincerely hoped you enjoyed the semi-finals. If you didn’t, I am not sure what more the A-League can do for you. Sure, the football had its moments, but if that didn’t suffice from an entertainment perspective, I am not sure what would.

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As often as Riley McGree’s incredible scorpion goal last Friday night has been viewed (well over a million times just on the Newcastle Jets website alone), Fox Sports commentator Brenton Speed’s call of the Jets player’s goal against Melbourne City in that semi final will surely go down in folklore too.

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If Saturday’s A-League grand final comes down to experience, then consider Melbourne Victory champions.

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