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Re: Re: HAL Player Movements/Transfer Thread #5
« Reply #360 on: July 30, 2017, 08:36:46 AM »
When you see those numbers it's mental.

Meanwhile. ..Okon seems to have recruitment more quality https://www.fourfourtwo.com.au/news/mariners-go-double-dutch--469660. And he is only 30!


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Re: Re: HAL Player Movements/Transfer Thread #5
« Reply #361 on: July 30, 2017, 08:42:02 AM »
I would love to her postecoglou's honest opinion about this. JA's tactics, recruitment and disregard for Australian youth probably wouldn't sit well with ange.

As much as I love him as national coach..(because he pushes boundaries and get results) .. I'd love to see him one day coach in the a league after his OS stint to raise the bar here again. He is the coach of coaches imo

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« Reply #362 on: July 30, 2017, 08:30:22 PM »
I would love to her postecoglou's honest opinion about this. JA's tactics, recruitment and disregard for Australian youth probably wouldn't sit well with ange.

As much as I love him as national coach..(because he pushes boundaries and get results) .. I'd love to see him one day coach in the a league after his OS stint to raise the bar here again. He is the coach of coaches imo

My impression is that Ange is something of a mentor to JA . Didn't he recommend JA to the Roar ?
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« Reply #363 on: August 04, 2017, 03:00:09 PM »
Dario Vidosic has signed with the Nix
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Re: Re: HAL Player Movements/Transfer Thread #5
« Reply #364 on: August 04, 2017, 04:20:43 PM »
I would love to her postecoglou's honest opinion about this. JA's tactics, recruitment and disregard for Australian youth probably wouldn't sit well with ange.

As much as I love him as national coach..(because he pushes boundaries and get results) .. I'd love to see him one day coach in the a league after his OS stint to raise the bar here again. He is the coach of coaches imo

My impression is that Ange is something of a mentor to JA . Didn't he recommend JA to the Roar ?

I'd love to know Ange's thoughts on the current management group.
Made up of at least two of the guys he got rid of.
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Re: HAL Player Movements/Transfer Thread #5
« Reply #365 on: August 09, 2017, 05:40:34 AM »
There has been a lot of negativity about the roar signings over the off season but some perspective is necessary.

MVC
- signed their old players back again.....................Deng, Milligan, Barbour....Troisi
- they sign players known in the aleague .......Berisha, Barbour..., Austin, Ingham, Geria, Williams, Donachie
I haven't seen a lot of youth players coming through their first team.

SFC
- forward line of mostly overseas proven players -- Bobo, Ninkovic, Polish RW with old brosque the only australian attacker.

WSW
- Spanish striker, Jumpei, ? Martinez return, Bonevacia and Lustica (ex Roar)

At least the roar bring in 'new' players to the a league or bring australian players back. I realise that roar have signed an overseas marquee but at least some players around him are young australian attackers (gameiro, skapetis, d'agostino). We have had the only genuine, young australian striker for a long time in Maclaren. D'Agostino may become the next australian striker in the a league. Roar don't follow the rule of attacking players visa (in fact we only have 3 visa spots taken so far) and pack the defence with australians.

Id like to see where Sydney and MVC finish this year with ACL. If they both finish 1st and 2nd then fair enough. Roar finished 3rd with ACL + extra 2 games + off field stuff.




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Re: HAL Player Movements/Transfer Thread #5
« Reply #366 on: August 09, 2017, 01:49:56 PM »
There has been a lot of negativity about the roar signings over the off season but some perspective is necessary.

MVC
- signed their old players back again.....................Deng, Milligan, Barbour....Troisi
- they sign players known in the aleague .......Berisha, Barbour..., Austin, Ingham, Geria, Williams, Donachie
I haven't seen a lot of youth players coming through their first team.

SFC
- forward line of mostly overseas proven players -- Bobo, Ninkovic, Polish RW with old brosque the only australian attacker.

WSW
- Spanish striker, Jumpei, ? Martinez return, Bonevacia and Lustica (ex Roar)

At least the roar bring in 'new' players to the a league or bring australian players back. I realise that roar have signed an overseas marquee but at least some players around him are young australian attackers (gameiro, skapetis, d'agostino). We have had the only genuine, young australian striker for a long time in Maclaren. D'Agostino may become the next australian striker in the a league. Roar don't follow the rule of attacking players visa (in fact we only have 3 visa spots taken so far) and pack the defence with australians.

Id like to see where Sydney and MVC finish this year with ACL. If they both finish 1st and 2nd then fair enough. Roar finished 3rd with ACL + extra 2 games + off field stuff.
I have just been re-watching the qualifier of us v Tevez United/Shanghai last season. TK was immense.  Agree that Roar have brought in some awesome players. Broich, Berisha, Corona and TK.
Also immense that night was Borrello.
I would see Taggart as a genuine young Australian striker though he lost his way a bit when he went overseas. D'Aggers has potential but has a long way to go to show that he is up with Golden Boots such as Taggart and Macca.
Corey Brown was the young bolter who seized his chance last year. It's up to the likes of Caletti, D'Aggers, Ingham,  Oxborrow, Skapetis, and Gameiro to take the chance as and when it comes.
If I had to pick one player that is top of my worry list at Roar it is Luke De Vere. All credit to him that last year he overcame that shocking injury. But he really now needs to cut out the stupid errors. Starting today.
Agree that the ACL is the great leveller. We were doing well up to that Tevez United game but after that it really was a bridge too far with ACL and A League for us last year.

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Re: HAL Player Movements/Transfer Thread #5
« Reply #367 on: August 09, 2017, 02:01:58 PM »
There has been a lot of negativity about the roar signings over the off season but some perspective is necessary.

MVC
- signed their old players back again.....................Deng, Milligan, Barbour....Troisi
- they sign players known in the aleague .......Berisha, Barbour..., Austin, Ingham, Geria, Williams, Donachie
I haven't seen a lot of youth players coming through their first team.

SFC
- forward line of mostly overseas proven players -- Bobo, Ninkovic, Polish RW with old brosque the only australian attacker.

WSW
- Spanish striker, Jumpei, ? Martinez return, Bonevacia and Lustica (ex Roar)

At least the roar bring in 'new' players to the a league or bring australian players back. I realise that roar have signed an overseas marquee but at least some players around him are young australian attackers (gameiro, skapetis, d'agostino). We have had the only genuine, young australian striker for a long time in Maclaren. D'Agostino may become the next australian striker in the a league. Roar don't follow the rule of attacking players visa (in fact we only have 3 visa spots taken so far) and pack the defence with australians.

Id like to see where Sydney and MVC finish this year with ACL. If they both finish 1st and 2nd then fair enough. Roar finished 3rd with ACL + extra 2 games + off field stuff.
I have just been re-watching the qualifier of us v Tevez United/Shanghai last season. TK was immense.  Agree that Roar have brought in some awesome players. Broich, Berisha, Corona and TK.
Also immense that night was Borrello.
I would see Taggart as a genuine young Australian striker though he lost his way a bit when he went overseas. D'Aggers has potential but has a long way to go to show that he is up with Golden Boots such as Taggart and Macca.
Corey Brown was the young bolter who seized his chance last year. It's up to the likes of Caletti, D'Aggers, Ingham,  Oxborrow, Skapetis, and Gameiro to take the chance as and when it comes.
If I had to pick one player that is top of my worry list at Roar it is Luke De Vere. All credit to him that last year he overcame that shocking injury. But he really now needs to cut out the stupid errors. Starting today.
Agree that the ACL is the great leveller. We were doing well up to that Tevez United game but after that it really was a bridge too far with ACL and A League for us last year.

Unfortunately have to agree about Devere. Obviously has talent, but is prone to errors and doesn't have the pace to rescue himself. Can't wait to have Bowles back to give us another option.

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Re: Re: HAL Player Movements/Transfer Thread #5
« Reply #368 on: August 09, 2017, 04:05:28 PM »
Daniel Mullen has signed with the Nix
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Re: Re: HAL Player Movements/Transfer Thread #5
« Reply #369 on: August 11, 2017, 11:47:10 AM »
https://www.fourfourtwo.com.au/news/mariners-will-make-the-finals---brama-470640


What a difference the right coach makes to recruitment?

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Re: Re: HAL Player Movements/Transfer Thread #5
« Reply #370 on: August 11, 2017, 12:17:09 PM »
https://www.fourfourtwo.com.au/news/mariners-will-make-the-finals---brama-470640


What a difference the right coach makes to recruitment?
Time will tell.. The boy's only just arrived in town and he's spruiking it up as being the messiah.
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Re: Re: HAL Player Movements/Transfer Thread #5
« Reply #371 on: August 11, 2017, 01:51:47 PM »
That's true. I guess I'm impressed by okons ability to secure 4 foreign players this season from good leagues whom have plenty of first team minutes and are of of the right age. On paper it sounds very good. That coupled with his young but experienced squad will make ccm a interesting team to watch. I hope they do well.

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Re: Re: HAL Player Movements/Transfer Thread #5
« Reply #372 on: August 12, 2017, 10:58:41 AM »

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Re: HAL Player Movements/Transfer Thread #5
« Reply #373 on: August 25, 2017, 10:31:44 AM »
Looks like Carrusca has signed with Melbourne City: https://twitter.com/up2Nate/status/900869230320508928

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Re: Re: HAL Player Movements/Transfer Thread #5
« Reply #374 on: August 25, 2017, 02:29:22 PM »
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« Reply #375 on: August 25, 2017, 06:19:58 PM »
The top 5 is looking to me like:  SFC, Melbourne Victory, Wanderers, City and Adelaide.  We'll be in the dogfight for 6, I reckon.  Impossible to say how CCM, Wello, Jets and Perth are going to scrub up.

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Re: HAL Player Movements/Transfer Thread #5
« Reply #376 on: October 01, 2017, 11:34:53 AM »
Apparently Popovic has left the Wanderers to coach in Turkey. Ian Crook to take over until new coach is appointed. There goes the Wanderers season.

https://www.foxsports.com.au/football/a-league/teams/western-sydney-wanderers/tony-popovic-quits-western-sydney-wanderers-to-take-up-role-coaching-karabukspor/news-story/b263e8d36ee77f54686c7e676f897ead

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Re: Re: HAL Player Movements/Transfer Thread #5
« Reply #377 on: October 01, 2017, 11:43:06 AM »
Perhaps the Aloisis, Moore, Tiatto and Kingsman can relocate?

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Re: Re: HAL Player Movements/Transfer Thread #5
« Reply #378 on: October 01, 2017, 12:12:10 PM »
I think Moore is the best fit, with Tiatto as assistant. Unfortunately, I think Moore has his talons deep into SEQ and won't shift without a very good incentive.
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Re: HAL Player Movements/Transfer Thread #5
« Reply #379 on: October 01, 2017, 01:15:09 PM »
I am not joining the chorus of anti JA supporters, although I am not happy with some of the behaviour, especially the incident at Adelaide last season. Apparently there was stuff going on during the Adelaide game between the Aloisi brothers and the  Adelaide bench, and prior to that game, there had been the fake news about the Aloisi brother going to Adelaide. None of which is an excuse for Ross's behavior in my book. Despite that, I am backing JA this season.
Over the past three seasons the club has had to deal with the issues around the ridiculous (imo) sacking of a double winning coach, not to mention the loss of Berisha, the debacle of a season that followed, and the off field financial issues prior to JA's first two seasons. 
With the departure of Thomas Broich (who I will forever remember for the great man he is), there are scarcely any players left from the Ange/Mulvey team.
The Ange era is over.  JA has built a new team on field (which I see as a transitional one) and pretty much all of the off field team has changed.
The last thing we need right now is instability.
It is JA's team now. He is gambling on experience which I believe will come home to bite him, but I understand that young  quality home grown players can be difficult to attract and retain. Which is something JA spoke about on Friday.
I am looking forwards to watching Caletti, Ingham, Oxborough, Skapetis, D'Agostino, O'Toole and Gameiro this season. (I can't say I feel the same about Brady) and hoping that these guys will develop as the backbone of a team moving beyond this season. If JA can achieve this, then he has done a good job.
As for WSW, I only hope that the eventual new coach is not an old guard, break down the opposition in transition by foul  means more than fair that I associate with Victory, Sydney FC, and Adelaide.
For Popper, as a coach who may well throw his hat into the Socceroo ring at some stage, more overseas experience to supplement the Crystal Place experience will be a good thing.  Although personally I am watching Paul Okon to see how he goes with an eye on a future national coach some day.

 

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