Author Archives: janekspeight

About janekspeight

I'm 22 years old, love football, want to be a football journalist

Arsenal v. Birmingham City (Carling Cup Final)

I watched the Carling Cup on Television in a small Morpeth pub. Here is what I observed.. This clash was seen as an easy opportunity for Arsene Wenger’s young side, which is not so young anymore, to prove their potential … Continue reading

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India v. Australia – (0-4)

Australia beat India by a decent scoreline, however they could and probably should have had a few more goals. I only grabbed the final 20 minutes of the first half and final 10 of the second half. From what I … Continue reading

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Week 22 A-League Games

Friday: Brisbane Roar v. Perth Glory – (1-1) Brisbane were held to a draw by Glory. Sterjovski had opened the scoring in the 31st minute after some neat play from Fowler, however Henrique came off the bench for the Roar … Continue reading

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2011 AFC Asian Cup

The Socceroos start their pursuit of the Asian Cup in 2 days, having played their last friendly before the tournament against UAE, which they drew 0-0. Lucas Neil had a goal ruled out for an apparent offside against defensive partner … Continue reading

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Week 21 – New Years Games

Central Coast v. Melbourne Victory – (1-2) Melbourne bounced back from an own goal by defender Adrian Leijer to take home a massive three points from their visit to Blue Tongue Stadium. Two goals in the final 5 minutes of … Continue reading

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Week 20 – Festive Games

I flew out of the country on the 28th December which explains the lack of a post in the past week or so..I haven’t managed to see any of the games apart from the second half of the Sydney v. … Continue reading

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Week 20 – Sydney v. Melbourne Heart – (0-1)

I only saw the final ten minutes of this match and it took a great piece of skill from Gerald Sibon to break the deadlock in what I was told was a fairly even, drab game. The game looked to … Continue reading

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