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Podcast 72: Never mind the bollocks

The guys are back to discuss the big news of the week – Mike Mulvey, Gombau staying put in Adelaide, A-League independence, plus a full review of week 7 and preview of the week 8 action to come.

Plus a record amount of mentions of the word ‘bollocks’.

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Featuring: Kristian Dwyer and Justin Tickner.

Length: 50 minutes, 20 seconds.

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Mulvey’s departure seems short-sighted, premature

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What a difference a weekend makes eh?

Friday: Sure, your team isn’t doing great, but they’re coming off a 4-0 win against Newcastle, and put up a valiant defeat against Melbourne.

Saturday: Looking at the tape, there’s patches of improvement and you can see that there are positives on the horizon.

Sunday: You turn on the news to find out that you’re sacked with no word from your employer, then the phone rings and by the evening you’ve been reported to have “stepped down” from the job.

One could forgive me for having a sense of …

Own goal helps Victory edge out Roar

Victory climbed to the top of the league, albeit temporarily, after a Brisbane own goal handed them a 1-0 win.

Having only come out on top once in their 12 last clashes with the Roar, Victory coach Kevin Muscat was surely …

Henrique hat-trick punishes lifeless Jets

Brisbane has opened its 2014/15 account at long last tonight, with a dominant 4-0 win at Hunter Stadium against a still-winless Newcastle Jets. Early substitute Henrique netted a hat-trick, as well as an assist for a rare Steve Lustica goal, …

Podcast 71: Can a wombat even nutmeg?

Kris and Justin are in for some late week A-League talk. The boys discuss the Liam Miller/Roar fiasco, FFA Cup semi finals, Socceroos exclusions, weird FFA regulations, all the round 6 action and answer the age old question – can a wombat even nutmeg?

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Featuring: Kristian Dwyer and Justin Tickner.

Length: 37 minutes, 50 seconds.

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Fast-starting City put three past winless Roar

Melbourne City has recorded its first win of the season defeating Brisbane Roar 3-1 in front of 17,131 fans at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday night.

The defending champions’ horror start to the season continued, as it became the first club to …

Sky Blues shine at Suncorp

A spectacular pair of goals from Marc Janko and Milos Dimitrijevic have handed Sydney a 2-0 win tonight over reigning champions Brisbane Roar at Suncorp Stadium.

The win means Sydney temporarily sit atop the table, unbeaten with two wins and a draw. Meanwhile, Brisbane …

Brilliant Keogh sinks Roar

Perth remains undefeated after two rounds of the A-League ,with an outstanding 3-2 victory over reigning champions Brisbane Roar at nib Stadium.

The Glory came from behind twice, to ensure the Roar remain winless two rounds into their title defense.

Perth’s superb comeback is another …

Djite fires Reds to Suncorp victory

Adelaide United have upset reigning-champions Brisbane Roar this afternoon, coming from behind to defeat the Roar 2-1 at Suncorp Stadium. Bruce Djite levelled the game with a thunderous strike following Thomas Broich’s opener, with an own goal by James Donachie the decisive moment …

Dressing Brisbane Roar for Success

BR_Kit-02Every team has one but what does a kit manager do? This was the question that I wanted answering so I spoke to Steven Farrell at Brisbane Roar. Steven is the Hyundai A-League / NYL Team Kit Manager and has been for two seasons.  I was interested in the kit manager’s role in the team and why people like Steven do the job they do.  Steven was very accommodating and explained his role during the week as well as on match days.  In addition, I wanted to explore the challenges anticipated in …