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« Reply #20 on: February 05, 2010, 03:23:42 PM »
Ruben Zadkovich (23 May 1986) - Derby County, England (released Jan 10)
i can see ange being interested in him, god i hope he isnt thou, horrib player

Michael Baird (01 Aug 1983) - Universitatea Craiova, Romania (released Jan 10)
trialing with aufc, rumoured to be signing for them for acl and next season

Josh Mitchell (08 Jun 1984) - Universitatea Craiova, Romania (released Jan 10)
Joshua Rose (16 Dec 1981) - Universitatea Craiova, Romania (released Jan 10)

these 2 were linked to us back in december, was only a rumour from marco thou, appears to be b/s

Kasey Wehrman (16 Aug 1977) - Fredrikstad, Norway (released Dec 09)
no idea whats up with him, we dont really need him anyway, all set for mids

There'd be at least one or two good signings in that lot. Wonder what happened at Crayons?

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« Reply #21 on: February 10, 2010, 03:35:08 PM »
Frustrated Lowry Escorted Off

AUSTRALIAN Shane Lowry aimed a punch at a Carlisle fan after missing the decisive penalty in Leeds' 6-5 spotkick defeat in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy semi-final overnight.

The tie had ended level on aggregate after Leeds fought back from their 2-1 first-leg deficit to win 3-2 in Carlisle.

So the game went to penalties with both sides missing once before it went to sudden death, with Aussie midfielder Neil Kilkenny converting, before Lowry saw his shot decisively saved by Carlisle's Adam Collin.

It set off chaotic scenes as Carlisle fans invaded the pitch before goading fall-guy Lowry, who responded angrily and had to be escorted off by his teammates.

Earlier in the season whilst on loan at Plymouth, Lowry got into an altercation with Argyle fans as frustration boiled over after an ordinary run.

Elsewhere overnight, Scott McDonald made his debut for Middlesbrough, starting in their 2-1 win over Barnsley in England's Championship.

The Aussie striker began the contest impressively and had an early chance well saved by Barnsley's Luke Steele.

Boro led 2-0 at the break thanks to goals from Chris Killen and Gary O'Neil, but Barnsley fought back in the second-half although McDonald tried to stop that when he raced in and curled an effort just wide.

In the end, McDonald failed to get on the scoresheet but made a good debut with his movement causing Barnsley plenty of headaches. Fellow Aussies Brad Jones and Rhys Williams weren't involved, with the latter set to be sidelined for some time with a pelvic problem.

Elsewhere, Mark Schwarzer kept a clean sheet but didn't have too much to do as Fulham coasted past Burnley 3-0 at Craven Cottage in the Premier League.

Back to the Championship, Nick Carle started and played 81 minutes as Crystal Palace slipped up 1-0 at home to Swansea, while Adam Federici helped Reading continue their good run with a 2-1 win over Plymouth.

In League One, Dean Heffernan missed Huddersfield's 0-0 draw at Brighton due to a thigh niggle picked up on the weekend, while Gareth Edds was a 24th minute sub as Tranmere won 1-0 at Gillingham.

In League Two, Aussie keeper Dean Bouzanis was beaten four times as Northampton thrashed Accrington Stanley 4-0, while Aaron Downes scored but had to be replaced at half-time with a worrying knee injury as Chesterfield beat Port Vale 2-1.

Elsewhere in England's fourth tier, Chris Herd put in a full shift as Lincoln drew 1-1 at Darlington and Shane Cansdell-Sherriff played a full game helping Shrewsbury defeat Barnet 2-0.

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« Reply #22 on: February 11, 2010, 08:32:32 AM »
Police Blamed For Lowry Attack

A police chief defended his force today after Leeds manager Simon Grayson claimed officers failed to protect his players during a pitch invasion at Brunton Park last night.
Carlisle fans ran on the pitch after their side beat Leeds in a penalty shoot-out to book their place in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final.

After the match, Grayson claimed three of his players had been punched on the pitch with the Yorkshire club alleging on-loan defender Shane Lowry, Robert Snodgrass and one other player were struck.

He criticised Cumbria police, who arrested 10 fans during the disturbance, telling BBC Leeds: "The police have done nothing about getting our players off quicker or protecting them.

"The stewards have done nothing about it and that's a serious issue for me.

"I'll be taking this further with people involved at a higher level. I'm going to make my feelings well and truly known to the people that matter."

Chief Inspector Mark Pannone, who led the policing operation at the match, said the situation was dealt with "swiftly and robustly".

He said: "We are disappointed by Mr Grayson's comments.

"The policing and the stewarding of the match was conducted in a restrained and professional manner.

"The job of the police is to support the stewards, to prevent disorder and respond to incidents as they occur, which is exactly what we did.

"As soon as the pitch invasion commenced we began working with the stewards to clear the pitch and protect the away fans."

He said the force has not received a formal complaint from Leeds, but the Yorkshire club have said they intend to lodge a complaint with the Football League.

Leeds chief executive Shaun Harvey said: "It is our current intention to make a formal complaint to the football authorities about the apparent lack of security arrangements in relation to the safety of our players at Carlisle.

"It is also our intention to supplement the evidence we already have by having further conversations with both Carlisle United Football Club and the Cumbria Police Force."

Harvey added: "We'd like to offer our congratulations to Carlisle United on reaching the final of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy and we will turn our attentions on the field to our remaining 18 league games and our quest for promotion."

Grayson added: "I'm still very unhappy at the lack of protection afforded to my players and I'm pleased that the club will be taking the matter further with the relevant authorities."

Carlisle's managing director John Nixon said the situation was dealt with "in text-book fashion" and that stewards and police officers worked together to bring the pitch invasion under control "as quickly as possible".

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« Reply #23 on: February 12, 2010, 11:38:53 PM »
Rhys's Bumper New Boro Deal

SOCCEROOS sensation Rhys Williams has committed his future to Middlesbrough signing a new three-and-a-half year contract with the Championship promotion hopefuls.

New Boro boss Gordon Strachan has offered the 22-year-old Australian a massive confidence boost by securing him to a new deal which expires in mid-2013.

Williams previous deal still had 18 months to run, but Middlesbrough made their move with the Aussie becoming a first-team regular and in the wake of a 'dream year' from the Perth-born utility.

"It's all happened for me in this past year," said Williams. "This time last year I had just signed forms to join Burnley on an extended loan.

"I ended up suffering relegation with Boro and celebrating promotion with Burnley on the same weekend.

"But relegation was a blessing in disguise for me because it gave me a chance to break into the first team."

Williams had been a regular starter for Boro this campaign, scoring two goals, before a pelvic injury struck him down in early January.

He added: "It wasn't really a difficult decision to commit to a new contract because until my injury I've been in the team and happy.

"I'd had some talks with Gareth Southgate initially but it was great that Gordon Strachan came in and quickly said that he wanted me to sign a new deal. That's a big boost for me, especially as he has picked me so often too."

Strachan has had a slow start to life at the Riverside Stadium, but following a busy January transfer window, the signs look positive for Boro who are currently eighth in the English second tier.

Williams added: "Now my aim is to win promotion with Boro. That's what all the lads want and the gaffer too. We all want to get the club into the Premier League and we believe we can do it.

"If I can help Boro win promotion and play at the World Cup that would be the perfect scenario. Pim Verbeek, the Australia manager, has been to Boro games along with his assistants and he's more likely to come now that Scott McDonald is here too."

For now, though, the 22-year-old must bide his time on the sidelines with his frustrating injury.

"I've been first in and last out of Rockliffe for a few weeks now and I can't wait to get back playing," he said. "I've been doing a lot of strengthening exercises in the gym, but I'm running again now and doing a bit of ball work.

"I've pencilled in the QPR game at the end of the month for my comeback. That may be a bit too optimistic, but if I make good progress over the next couple of weeks I'll hopefully be about there."

Strachan also offered praise to the young Aussie who he thinks has a bright future.

"When I first came here he was one of the faces who always stood out and I thought, 'You're not bad, you could make a half decent player with some work'," Strachan said.

"But he's had an injury that he's carried for a few months an I've not seen him for a while. I like him and would like to see him back now."

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« Reply #24 on: February 12, 2010, 11:42:14 PM »
Knowing footballer's luck he'll do himself a massive injury, be out for a season, and his career will stall.

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« Reply #25 on: February 17, 2010, 05:26:28 PM »
Graham Arnold rejects National Coach role

Graham Arnold tells Fox Sports FC that he rejected the offer of a national team position to take the reins at A-League club Central Coast Mariners.

Arnold, formerly a coach and an assistant coach with the Socceroos, has had an outstanding grounding under Guus Hiddink and Pim Verbeek, and he will be hoping to show the benefit of that experience as he takes the Mariners' reins from Lawrie McKinna.

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« Reply #26 on: February 17, 2010, 07:45:34 PM »
Graham Arnold rejects National Coach role

Graham Arnold tells Fox Sports FC that he rejected the offer of a national team position to take the reins at A-League club Central Coast Mariners.

Arnold, formerly a coach and an assistant coach with the Socceroos, has had an outstanding grounding under Guus Hiddink and Pim Verbeek, and he will be hoping to show the benefit of that experience as he takes the Mariners' reins from Lawrie McKinna.

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was probly maldives or tonga  :P

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« Reply #27 on: February 17, 2010, 07:55:37 PM »
Graham Arnold rejects National Coach role

Graham Arnold tells Fox Sports FC that he rejected the offer of a national team position to take the reins at A-League club Central Coast Mariners.

Arnold, formerly a coach and an assistant coach with the Socceroos, has had an outstanding grounding under Guus Hiddink and Pim Verbeek, and he will be hoping to show the benefit of that experience as he takes the Mariners' reins from Lawrie McKinna.

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was probly maldives or tonga  :P


You give him far to much credit!!

It's gotta be one of the Samoas, probably American Samoa.
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« Reply #28 on: February 17, 2010, 09:09:34 PM »
Graham Arnold rejects National Coach role

Graham Arnold tells Fox Sports FC that he rejected the offer of a national team position to take the reins at A-League club Central Coast Mariners.

Arnold, formerly a coach and an assistant coach with the Socceroos, has had an outstanding grounding under Guus Hiddink and Pim Verbeek, and he will be hoping to show the benefit of that experience as he takes the Mariners' reins from Lawrie McKinna.

http://www.foxsports.com.au/story/0,8659,26731479-5000940,00.html

was probly maldives or tonga  :P


You give him far to much credit!!

It's gotta be one of the Samoas, probably American Samoa.


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« Reply #29 on: February 18, 2010, 05:00:11 AM »
Hell no, I was thinking Guam or Mongolia.
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« Reply #30 on: February 18, 2010, 11:54:05 AM »
Hell no, I was thinking Guam or Mongolia.
thats an insult to Guam and Mongolian football.
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« Reply #31 on: February 18, 2010, 12:36:48 PM »
Could be Afganistan ... turning down the job could end up being an "explosive" decision :P
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« Reply #32 on: February 18, 2010, 12:42:12 PM »
Hell no, I was thinking Guam or Mongolia.
thats an insult to Guam and Mongolian football.

Mongolia had Genghis Khan. As if they'd settle for Graham Arnold. :P

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« Reply #33 on: February 18, 2010, 06:04:30 PM »
Moyes Fury At 'Terrible Tackle'

EVERTON manager David Moyes will monitor Socceroo Tim Cahill's fitness ahead of Saturday's Barclays Premier League match against Manchester United.

The influential midfielder was forced to come off with a calf problem in the 2-1 victory against Sporting Lisbon last night in the Europa League round of 32 first-leg match.

Moyes will be looking for good news especially as they are light in that department.

Marouane Fellaini, such a key figure this season, is out for the rest of the campaign as he needs ankle surgery.

Moyes said: "Cahill may have a calf strain, we're not sure of the severity yet."

The Scot is still bristling at the challenge on Fellaini from Liverpool's Sotirios Kyrgiakos, who was sent off in the derby, that ended the Belgian's season prematurely.

"It was a terrible tackle, " said Moyes. "We have lost a few players to tackles. It is a blow to us as Marouane will be out for a while."

While Moyes was angered at the way they let Sporting back into the tie last night he is convinced they can complete the job in Portugal a week tomorrow.

Steven Pienaar and Sylvain Distin gave Everton a two-goal cushion but Miguel Veloso found the target from the penalty spot with three minutes remaining.

French defender Distin was sent off in the incident after hauling back Liedson as he tried to break clear and that away goal could prove vital.

Moyes remains bullish and said: "I think we have seen enough to know we can beat Sporting (in Lisbon).

"But obviously I am disappointed as we had a chance to get quite well forward in the tie."

Distin will miss the return match next week as he is suspended and with John Heitinga ineligible, Philippe Senderos looks certain to be drafted in provided he shrugs off a back injury.

Pienaar enjoyed his goal but like Moyes was left frustrated at giving Sporting a glimmer of hope.

He said: "After all the hard work we did, to concede a goal is tough. Our aim was not to concede.

"It's unfortunate we have to go to Lisbon knowing they have a goal and it is going to be game on now."

"It was a nice counter attacking goal. Tim (Cahill) heard my shout and I was a bit lucky as I touched it right."

On-loan winger Landon Donovan claimed Everton are still in the driving seat.

He said: "If anything we were a little complacent, we had chances to get the third and if we'd got that the tie would be over. It is going to be difficult but we still won and are in control.

"We feel we are good enough to beat Sporting. Playing there is going to be a different story and that's why it is unfortunate to give up a goal but they still have to score."

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« Reply #34 on: February 19, 2010, 03:04:15 AM »
Houl be the next Socceroos coach?

The FourFourTwo network stretches far and wide these days with 17 editions across 5 continents and a whole host of web sites, podcasts and even TV shows such with FourFourTwo TV airing twice a week on Astro in Malaysia. As it so happens, the host and executive producer of the show is an Aussie, Jason Dasey, who likes to keep a close eye on what's happening back here so we are in contact on a regular basis.

Jason recently conducted a wide ranging interview with Gerard Houllier whilst he was in Malaysia taking part in an AFC coaching workshop.  Being an Asian TV show, Jason steered the conversation towards how Houllier thought the AFC nations would fare in South Africa.

"I've followed the results of Japan, the two Koreas, North Korea and Australia. The team I know better is Australia. I think to play a tournament you need experience and I think maybe the players can complete the games physically there's no problem. I think Australia will do well" was Houllier's response.

Being an Aussie, Jason saw the chance to press Houllier further pointing out that Pim Verbeek's contract expires with Australia's exit from the World Cup in South Africa. Houllier continued, "I like Australia. I like the people in charge. I like the people leading the football there. Who knows? Two years ago I had a word to the chairman of the FFA. We'll see in the future. But to be fair, never and always are two words you can't use in football."

It's clear Houllier is indeed still in close contact with the FFA given he is headlining their National Coaching Conference in Brisbane in March and it's fair to assume he will be attending the Socceroos game against Indonesia with the other conference attendees.

Would it also be fair to assume that behind closed doors there may be a sounding out as to Mr Houllier's availability from July onwards with the Asian Cup looming just six months later. I'll leave the final word to Mr Houllier himself when asked what job would appeal to him next "I'd probably be more tempted by the national team coach than a club team coach."

It would be a departure from the distinctly Dutch direction the FFA have been taking over the last few years but few could question Houllier's credentials....certainly enough for me to head off to see what odds I can get!

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« Reply #35 on: February 20, 2010, 04:58:59 PM »
Socceroos and Everton star Tim Cahill out of action for three weeks

Soccerooos star Tim Cahill has added to Everton's midfield problems when it was announced he could be out of action for up to three weeks.
Cahill was forced off with a calf injury during the Merseysiders' Europa League win over Sporting Lisbon.

His absence is a fresh blow to manager David Moyes ahead of the Barclays Premier League match against champions Manchester United at Goodison Park.

Everton discovered this week that they would be without Belgian international midfielder Marouane Fellaini for the rest of the season with an ankle injury.

But the Toffees will have South Africa's Steven Pienaar back from suspension against United.

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« Reply #36 on: February 22, 2010, 02:56:53 PM »
Scott McDonald says move to Middlesbrough will help in World Cup

Socceroos striker Scott McDonald says his switch from Celtic to championship side Middlesbrough will enhance his World Cup prospects.

McDonald consulted Socceroos coach Pim Verbeek before finalising the move in the final hours of January's transfer window.

McDonald said a reunion with former Celtic boss Gordon Strachan would bring out the best in him, after Hoops manager Tony Mowbray made it clear his spot wasn't guaranteed.

"I spoke to Pim to inform him of my proposed move to England and to gauge his thoughts. I said I'd be back with my old manager and he said nothing but positive things about it, so we both felt it would be beneficial," McDonald said.

"With a World Cup coming up I was a bit unsettled with the amount of football I've played this season.

"I started a lot of games but didn't finish many, which disappointed me.

"Here (at Middlesbrough) I feel I have the full trust of the manager, that I can do it over 90, 91 or 92 minutes. I wasn't necessarily happy playing 60 minutes."

McDonald, 26, said his omission from the Asian Cup qualifier against Oman in November was a storm in a tea cup, and there was no rift between him and Verbeek.

Yet to score in 15 outings, he said he would love to break his Socceroos duck in the World Cup.

"Everything's fine on that level with me and the manager and it's just up to me to do my best and play well," he said.

"And the goals issue doesn't bother me. People have made a lot of the fact that I've played 15 games and not scored, but how many have I started and finished?

"People just look at numbers. If I'd played 15 full games and hadn't scored, then I'd be really upset, but I think I've played one, maybe two, full games.

"I can count on one hand how many chances I've had and I know if I get chances I'll score and I think my record at Celtic proves that.

"The World Cup would be a great place to break the duck."

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« Reply #37 on: February 22, 2010, 03:35:09 PM »
f**k off mcjudas.

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Qantas Socceroos Abroad Round-UpTuesday, 23 February 2010
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EUROPE

BELGIUM
Pro League
• Nikita Rukavytsya (on loan from FC Twente) came on in the 80th minute of Roeselare’s 1-1 draw at Zulte-Waregem.

ENGLAND
Premiership
• Vince Grella came on in the 38th minute of Blackburn’s 3-0 win over Bolton.
• Mark Schwarzer played a full game in Fulham’s 2-1 win over Birmingham.

Championship
• Nick Carle played 87 minutes of Crystal Palace’s 1-0 loss at home to Coventry.
• Adam Federici played a full game in reading’s 2-0 loss at Blackpool.
• Scott McDonald played a full game in Middlesbrough’s 1-0 loss to Nottingham Forrest.

League 1
• Dean Heffernan played a full game in Huddersfield’s 2-0 win away to Hartlepool United, lifting them to sixth.
• Patrick Kisnorbo, Shane Lowry (on loan from Aston Villa) and Neil Kilkenny played a full game in Leeds United’s 1-1 draw at home to Brighton.

League 2
• Oliver Bozanic (on loan from Reading) played a full game and scored in Aldershot Town’s 1-1 draw at home to Notts County.

GERMANY
2 Bundesliga
• Dario Vidosic (on loan from Nuremberg) played 86 minutes of Duisburg’s 2-1 win over Arminia Bielfeld.

GREECE
Super League
• Craig Moore played a full game in Kavala’s 2-1 win over Xanthi.

TURKEY
Super Lig
• Bruce Djite (on loan from Genclerbirligi) came on in the 56th minute of Diyarbakirspor’s 2-0 loss at home to Denizlispor.
• Mile Jedinak (on loan from Genclerbirligi) played a full game for Antalyaspor in their 2-2 draw at Ankaragucu
• Lucas Neill played a full game in Galatasaray’s 1-1 draw at Besiktas.

EUROPEAN COMPETITION

EUROPA LEAGUE
First legs
• Tim Cahill played 62 minutes of Everton’s 2-1 win at home to Sporting Lisbon, before coming off injured.
• Lucas Neill played a full game in Galatasaray’s 1-1 draw away to Atletico Madrid.
• Mark Schwarzer played a full game in Fulham’s 2-1 home win over Shakhtar Donetsk.

http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/2009InsideFFA/default.aspx?s=insideffa_newsfeatures_newsitem_new&id=32770

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GERMANY
2 Bundesliga
• Dario Vidosic (on loan from Nuremberg) played 86 minutes of Duisburg’s 2-1 win over Arminia Bielfeld.


How are they looking for promotion now?

GREECE
Super League
• Craig Moore played a full game in Kavala’s 2-1 win over Xanthi.

I was actually checking the latest results today. Kavala have put a pretty good string of results together, winning their last 3 in a row, including a 2-0 win over Panathanaikos...

 

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