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Discussion in 'Australian A-League' started by el-capitano, Feb 17, 2011.
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Stick with it young man- you have a future!
Technically fantastic for an Australian footballer. However, I think he needs to contribute more going forward.
He did a great move I think in the Chelsea game which I thought was encouraging, in an attacking sense. He's gotta keep producing those!
What he said:
A bit of luck and we're winning 4-2.
Sydney FC AFC Champions League Squad: 1.Vedran JANJETOVIC (gk), 2.Seb RYALL, 4. Zac ANDERSON, 5.Matt JURMAN, 6.Robert STAMBOLZIEV, 7.Andrew HOOLE, 8.Milos DIMITRIJEVIC, 9.Shane SMELTZ, 10.Milos NINKOVIC, 11.Christopher NAUMOFF, 12.Jacob TRATT, 13.Brandon O’NEILL, 14.Alex BROSQUE, 16. Riley WOODCOCK, 17.David CARNEY, 18.Matt SIMON, 20.Ivan NECEVSKI (gk), 22.Ali ABBAS, 23.Rhyan GRANT, 24.George BLACKWOOD, 25. Aaron CALVER, 26.Max BURGESS, 27.Mickael TAVARES, 28.Alex MULLEN, 30.Antony BOUZANIS.
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SYDNEY FC AFC CHAMPIONS LEAGUE GROUP H MATCH DETAILS
Wednesday 24th February 2016
Urawa Red Diamonds (Japan) vs Sydney FC
Saitama Stadium 2002, Saitama (near Toyko)
Kick Off – 7.30pm (local); 9.30pm (AEDT)
Wednesday 2nd March 2016
Sydney FC vs Guangzhou Evergrande (China)
Kick Off – 8pm (AEDT)
Wednesday 16th March 2016
Pohang Steelers (KOR) vs Sydney FC
Pohang Steelyard, Pohang
Kick Off – 7.30pm (local): 9.30pm (AEDT)
Tuesday 5th April 2016
Sydney FC vs Pohang Steelers (KOR)
Kick Off – 8pm (AEST)
Wednesday 20th April 2016
Sydney FC vs Urawa Red Diamonds (Japan)
Kick Off – 8pm (AEST)
Tuesday 3rd May 2016
Guangzhou Evergrande (China) vs Sydney FC
Guangzhou Tianhe Sport Center
Kick Off – 6.30pm (local time), 8.30pm (AEST)
Urawa on us:
Sydney lure Joshua Brillante home
Putting together a good squad but will we play better football than last season? I don't know with Arnie. I'm not going to renew my membership. I've become disillusioned with Sydney. Crap football year after year. I rather watch my club in NSW NPL3 play to be honest.
And Smeltz is gone too- to Malaysia. Which isn't that much of a loss. Didn't quite live up to his reputation here.
He talking the talk......
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I heard it was a lot of whip it into the box football tonight.. is that true?
They played very narrow with Blackwood and Carney both coming in, it looked like the only width provided was from the fullbacks, so when it went out to them, yes it was whipped in, but generally they tried to play it up the middle, until it got too congested and passes weren't going where they were intended.
Ninkovic looked asleep for the most part.
Bobo it is:
See ya Vedran:
And in better news:
Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold signs two-year contract extension
Gutted after the ref didnt award us a penalty in the late 90th min.
Hate to brag over refs and stuff considering we did have quite a few
missed chances during the game so w/o penalty awarded would not
bother me, not cos it would've kept the undefeated run and not
against any other team. Gutted only because it was the Derby.
We know some of he refereeing is season has been shocking but the
Wanderers defender CLEARLY clipped Brosque and despite of refs
position (he was close enough) that should've been a penalty any day
However must be said; well done to WSW for hustling and holdin off enough to win and finally beat FC after three years and obviously for killing sky blues in beaten season run.
FVCK THE MAGG!T GRUB OF A REF (whatever his actual name is) BLOODY SH!TSTAIN MOTHAFVCKER!
It was Chris Beath.
HAL referees have been absolutely shocking, but I think you can agree that several bad calls in the past have been in SFC's favour.
Things do even out, I don't believe our refs are biased in any way, but there are too many interesting decisions happening each game for my liking. This was a pretty poor one considering the position of the referee at the time, but unfortunately decisions like that aren't a rarity, they are reasonably common place in our competition.