A-League 2011/12

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Re: A-League 2011/12

Postby Roarchild » Tue Apr 24, 2012 5:36 pm

Even if it was a penalty it was really really soft which is a **** way to finish any season.

About 2 thousand made the trip to Brisbane so have to feel sorry for them.

I am devastated anyway because we just lost our coach (by far the best ever in the A league) to Melbourne Victory.

So everyone is a loser.....

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Re: A-League 2011/12

Postby Rothesay Saint » Mon Apr 30, 2012 6:28 pm

njs wrote:Clive Palmer is an absolute fuckwit of the highest order.

He is rich, and yet set a crowd cap, handicapped his team, and has shat on the sport. If you don't like football then invest in another sport you DICK HEAD!!!!


Suddenly Clive Palmer's plan for the Gold Coast is clear. He obviously wanted to see how quickly he could sink something.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-17890754
Bring back King Cha.

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Re: A-League 2011/12

Postby TokenAussie » Tue May 01, 2012 3:04 pm

Agree with all your sentiments Roarchild, except your loss is our gain (for victory) naturally. You will probably keep his understudy there next season and he's been there ages so he may have learned something.

As to Clive Palmer, yes he is a tool, but the league needs to try harder to retain existing teams (ex. fury, GCU, Newcastle) before going expansion mad. Espically considering two most recent collapses were from teams that had been rescued (no luck for Fury though; what a waste)!

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Re: A-League 2011/12

Postby Roarchild » Tue May 08, 2012 10:09 am

There are a couple of Koreans trialling with the Roar.

"South Korean midfielders Bae Hae-Min and Do Dong-Hyun trained with the Roar for the first time in their bid to earn a contract with the champions.

Teenager Do is a Korean under-20 international who also trialled with Newcastle Jets, while Bae, 24, has played for K-League club FC Seoul, Czech outfit FK Viktoria Zizkov and in the Japanese lower divisions."


Not getting my hopes up as we had a German trial with us last year that did pretty well in pre season but it's hard to earn an import spot. That said Andan is likely leaving so their AFC status might help one of them get a gig.


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