Monthly Archives: September 2010

A-League News

So it’s been pretty busy so far in Australia. Osieck named the Aussie squad to play Paraguay, with 6 A-League players named. Joel Griffiths is rumoured to be a target of the Jets, and Wellington Phoenix have managed to avoid … Continue reading

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Champions League Preview

Champions League again this Wednesday and Thursday morning. I will probably get up to watch whatever games are on SBS tomorrow, they better be good ones. WEDNESDAY: Chelsea host Marseille, yet there will be no return from Lampard and Drogba, … Continue reading

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Premier League Week 6 Review

The Toon lost at home to Stoke City 2-1, the second time a good away result has followed with a poor home showing. After beating Chelsea in midweek the team reverted back to the starting 11 which defeated Everton. However, … Continue reading

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A-League Round 8 Review

Wellington beat the Fury 2-1, thanks to goals in the first 13 minutes from Greenacre and Bertos, the first being a gift as keeper Pastfield fluffed a kick. Vince Lia was sent off for two yellow cards on his return … Continue reading

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Quick A-League Preview

Wellington v. North Queensland Really cannot see anything but a Wellington win here. The trip away for Queensland will probably be too much, combined with their lack of firepower currently as well as their recent poor form. Wellington Adelaide v. … Continue reading

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New Owner/Old Owner Comments

Alright so first of to the Jets’ new owner and comments from the old one… Tinkler has made his first major decision as the main man by announcing a decision to allow those under 15-years free entry to Newcastle matches, … Continue reading

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Jets bring the Blues, Toon banish them

Mixed reactions overnight as the Jets lost to a last minute goal and then the Toon took on Chelsea in the Carling Cup and beat them with a second string side. To the rest of the overnight Carling Cup games … Continue reading

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