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You are viewing Posts Tagged ‘Graham Arnold’

Sydney On Course For Back-To-Back A-League Crowns

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Sydney FC appear to be on course to win their second A-League crown on the bounce, boasting a comfortable lead at the top of the table heading into the closing stages of the season. The club dominated the division in the 2016/17 season, losing just one of their 27 matches. Graham Arnold’s men used their home-field advantage to great effect to ease past Perth Glory in the semi-finals.

However, they were forced to battle back from behind in the Grand Final against the Melbourne Victory. Besart Berisha put the Victory ahead, only for …

Van Marwijk Named Socceroos Boss for World Cup, A-League Coach Touted Long-Term

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Australia finally have a successor to Ange Postecoglou in Bert van Marwijk, but the Dutchman is only in charge of the Socceroos until this summer’s World Cup in Russia ends.

There are some echoes of compatriot Guus Hiddink’s short-term appointment in 2005 about Football Federation Australia (FFA) making this choice. Like Hiddink before him, the Socceroos are Van Marwijk’s third different country in international management. Both took the plunge by coaching their native Netherlands after club jobs at home and abroad.

Hiddink and Van Marwijk later took on left-field international roles with other …

Sky Blues put four past poor Perth

Perth Glory have stumbled at Allianz Stadium tonight, going down 4-0 to Sydney FC to rule out a home final in week one of the play-offs.

David Carney, Filip Holosko, Milos Ninkovic and Ali Abbas scored for the home …

Monday Roundup: Round 26

roundup_articleJustin is joined by Toby McGettigan from Expand the A-League on this week’s show, as they look back on round 26 in the A-League and discuss the finer points of A-League expansion, promotion & relegation, and much more.

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Host: Justin Tickner (twitter).

Guest: Toby McGettigan,
Expand the A-League (facebook | twitter).

Length: 36 minutes, 12 seconds….

Djite double helps Reds to top spot

Adelaide United defeated Sydney FC 2-0 on Saturday night at Allianz Stadium.

Bruce Djite bagged a double as Adelaide shooted to the top of the table and effectively ended Sydney FC’s finals aspirations.

The home team made eight changes from …

Roar edge past Sydney at soaked Suncorp

Brisbane Roar defeated Sydney FC 3-2 at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday night.

Dimitri Petratos, Jamie Maclaren and Henrique scored for the Roar, while Filip Holosko bagged a double for Sydney FC.

Both teams had key outs, with Matt McKay and …

Mariners claw back Sydney in Gosford

Central Coast have scored two late goals to secure a hard-fought 2-2 draw against Sydney FC tonight, further damaging the visitors’ chances of qualifying for the A-League Finals Series.

The Mariners would have been hoping to put a six …

First-half treble sees Phoenix trump Sydney

Wellington Phoenix have won 3-1 against a lacklustre Sydney FC side at Allianz Stadium.

A dominant first-half display from the visitors saw goals come from Blake Powell, Hamish Watson and Roly Bonevacia. Sydney’s lone goal came in the second …

Monday Roundup: Round 22

roundup_articleJustin is joined by MFootball and Ultimate A-League’s own Bill Molloy to cover a busy round 22 in the A-League, including Adelaide’s climb to the top, Brisbane’s late win over the Wanderers, Fornaroli’s haul and plenty more.

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Host: Justin Tickner (twitter).

Guest: Bill Molloy,
MFootball (website | twitter).

Length: 32 minutes, 47 seconds….

Fornaroli hat-trick leads to Sky Blue smashing

It was the Bruno Fornaroli show once again at AAMI Park on Saturday night, with the Uruguayan striker scoring all three of Melbourne City’s goals, as they trounced Sydney FC 3-0 in front of 8,584 fans.

Melbourne City were …