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Hello All A-League Fans, Welcome to the Official A-League Topic. I will try to post any new transfers and news as they are released. Feel free to add any news and/or transfers (Please source your information ie. www.adelaideunited.com.au/news)

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Perth Glory beat Melbourne Victory in Pre Season Cup

Perth Glory have come back from a Hernandez goal to beat Melbourne Victory and

clinch a semi-final berth In the Pre-Season Cup.

 

Match Details

 

Perth Glory 2 (Rukavytsya 52’, Harnwell 70’)

Melbourne Victory 1 (Hernandez 34’)

 

Darwin Football Stadium, Darwin

Crowd: 2700

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Sydney angry at AWOL Star

SYDNEY FC coach Branko Culina yesterday lashed out angrily at "cowboy managers" after Australia defender Mark Milligan disappeared overseas for a trial without permission.He is believed to be somewhere in France.

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Round 3 Overview

 

The opening match Round 3 was a very equal match between Wellington Phoenix and Queensland Roar at QEII Stadium in Christchurch that ended in a 2-1 win for the Roar.

 

The next match of the round was a very fiery one between Adelaide United and the Newcastle Jets. This match is my Match of The Week. There was cards everywhere for the Jets as both Bridge and Adam Griffiths were sent off. These proved costly as Adelaide scored 4 goals. However, there was some redemption for Newcastle as Joel Griffiths converted a 92' penalty.

 

Our 3rd Match of the Round brought us to the Darwin Football Stadium where Perth Glory came from behind to defeat Melbourne Victory.

 

The Final match of Round 3 was a blow-out as Central Coast Mariners defeated Sydeny FC 3-0 with goals from Osman, Kwasnik and Gumprecht.

 

That's all for this week. Stay tuned for more news and scores on the Official Hyundai A-League Topic.

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Just letting you know, please from now on use the edit button.

 

Makes it look a lot better than double/triple/quadruple posting.

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We have a pinned Aussie Sports Topic which proves more than adequate when it comes to discussing the A-League.

 

But good luck with this.

 

PS: Go the Jets.

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We have a pinned Aussie Sports Topic which proves more than adequate when it comes to discussing the A-League.

 

But good luck with this.

 

PS: Go the Jets.

Hey Fuzzy Jizzy, I want to wish all the best for the the Aussie Sports topic. I only started this topic because i felt the need for a dedicated a-league topic. If you wish, I could help out with your topic's a-league section

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2007 Pre-Season Cup – Fixtures

 

PLAYOFFS - Fri 3 Aug 07 Through to Sun 5 Aug 07

 

a: Adelaide United vs Queensland Roar @ Hindmarsh Stadium, Sunday 5 Aug 07, Kick-Off 5:00pm ACST

 

b: Central Coast Mariners vs Perth Glory @ Bluetongue Stadium, Saturday 4 Aug 07, Kick-Off 6pm AEST

 

c: Newcastle Jets vs Sydney FC @ Parramatta Stadium, Saturday 4 Aug 07, Kick-Off 7:30pm AEST

 

d: 3rd Wellington Phoenix vs Melbourne Victory @ Olympic Park, Melbourne, Saturday 4 Aug 07, Kick-Off 7:30pm AEST.

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Phoenix Complete Squad

Hyundai A-League newcomer Wellington Phoenix has completed its maiden squad with the signing of New Zealand under-20 players Jacob Spoonley and Greg Draper.

 

Also in other news, Ballentine's has been announced as a new partner for the A-League on a three-year deal.

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Jets turn to North

Jade North has been appointed captain of the Newcastle Jets for the 2007/08 Hyundai A-League Season.

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Sydney FC sign youth star

Sydney FC have signed Young Socceroos striker Ben Vidaic to a two-year contract after the youngster impressed the club in the pre-season.

 

Vidaic represented Sydney United in the New South Wales Premier League last season, and has played eight matches for the Qantas Joeys (Under 17) and Qantas Young Socceroos (Under 20) over the past two years.

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It doesn't look like many is Intrested about the A-League, It's still good that you post news though

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It doesn't look like many is Intrested about the  A-League, It's still good that you post news though

I just like to post it incase some people are interested biggrin.gif

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Mariners sign youth player

Local lad Ian McAndrew has been added to the roster of the Central Coast Mariners for the Hyundai A-League season.

While on trial with the Mariners, McAndrew replaced Tony Vidmar with nine minutes remaining against Asian Cup co-hosts Malaysia, before jetting out to Hong Kong to represent the club at the Philips Lighting Soccer 7's.

 

While in Hong Kong, McAndrew made several substitute appearances and one start against eventual champions Aston Villa.

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Juninho Paulista signs for Sydney FC

Relieved Sydney FC coach Branko Culina is adamant his new marquee signing Juninho is the player he wanted.

 

A number of big-name players including Socceroos star John Aloisi, Dutch star Philip Cocu and former England international Robbie Fowler were all rumoured to be on Sydney's wish-list in recent weeks.

 

But speaking at the official announcement of Juninho's lucrative one-year deal on Friday, Culina revealed the hunt for his Brazilian star had been quite a lengthy process.

 

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Pre-season final in Adelaide

Adelaide United will be looking to make it back-to-back Pre-Season Cup victories when they take on Perth Glory in next weekend’s decider at Hindmarsh Stadium.

 

Adelaide and Perth progressed to next Sunday’s final (3.00pm kick-off ACST) after they recorded 3-2 victories over Queensland Roar and Central Coast respectively. Adelaide earned the right to host the final, as they finished on top of their group table, ironically ahead of Perth.

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