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Round 17: Melbourne Victory vs Sydney FC

Melbourne Victory VS Sydney FC

Melbourne Victory vs Sydney FC

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Round 17: Queensland Roar vs Wellington Phoenix

 Queensland Roar VS Wellington Phoenix

Queensland Roar vs Wellington Phoenix

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Spagnuolo heads north

Spagnuolo heads north

Adelaide United midfielder Jason Spagnuolo is confirmed as North Queensland Fury’s newest signing.

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Round 16: Sydney FC v Perth Glory

 Sydney FC VS Perth Glory

Sydney FC v Perth Glory

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Round 16: Newcastle Jets v Melbourne Victory

Newcastle United Jets VS Melbourne Victory

Newcastle Jets v Melbourne Victory

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Round 16: Wellington Phoenix vs Central Coast Mariners

 Wellington Phoenix VS Central Coast Mariners

Wellington Phoenix vs Central Coast Mariners

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Dutch star heads to Perth

Dutch star heads to Perth

Former Ajax and Dutch International Victor Sikora who played six times for Holland jets into Perth as injury cover for Amaral.

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Gold Coast add Brazilian flair

Miron Bleiberg’s recent trip to Brazil has proven successful with three Brazilians joining the Gold Coast squad.

Midfielder’s Robson and Jefferson and 31-year-old striker Milson have all agreed to one-year deals.

“He’s (Milson) very strong in the air and for a big guy is mobile and intelligent around the penalty box,” Bleiberg said.

“Milson is an elegant player who has been around and I’m delighted to have secured his services for our inaugural season.”

“He really caught my eye when I watched him and he will be a great asset to our squad. His experience will valuable to us.”

The new samba signings have boosted the squad to now 15.

CONFIRMED ROSTER TO DATE (15 players):
Goalkeepers: Jess Vanstrattan, Scott Higgins.
Defenders: Adam Griffiths, Daniel Piorkowski, Kristian Rees.
Midfielders: Matt Osman, Steve Fitzsimmons, Zenon Caravella, Steve Pantelidis, James Brown, Robson, Jefferson.
Strikers: Shane Smeltz, Andrew Barisic, Milson.



Adelaide set up Gamba rematch

Adelaide’s hard fought 2-1 victory over Waitakere in the Club World Cup opener in Tokyo last night came down to a 83rd minute winner from Travis Dodd.

The Kiwi’s took the lead after Eugene Galekovic spilled the ball in a collision which saw Waitakere take the lead through Paul Seaman, but Reds defender Dan Mullen levelled matters just five minutes later.

The game was heading for a draw until Adelaide’s captain Travis Dodd sent a glancing header inside the far post for the win.

Vidmar’s men now face a blockbuster rematch with Gamba Osaka with the winner to take on Manchester United.



North to Korea

Jade North was granted a release from his contract by the Fury late yesterday, with the club opting not to stand in his way.

Even though North is still signed with Newcastle Jets till June 30th it is believed he has a get-out clause in his Fury’s Contract.

“Jade had a wonderful opportunity to pursue a career internationally, and we did not want to stand in his way,” Matheson said.

“It is perfectly legitimate for players to aspire to have experience overseas to try to further their career, as well as gain some valuable life experience, and Jade is at that point in his life.

“He has a good offer from an overseas club and we’re happy for him to pursue his dream.”

But Matheson told AAP: “The contract wasn’t as reported, what we have done is agreed to let him go, it was a mutual agreement.

“We spoke to him, he said the opportunity was there, we said it would be better that he chased it up and he gave us plenty of time to find another marquee player so we let him go pretty quickly.

“He’s a good mate of mine and it will remain that way, if he comes back he is welcome here any time.”

North’s agent Sam Ayoub that this deal with the Koreans would keep him in Pim Verbeeks plans.

“Jade’s always aspired to play overseas and an opportunity came up through our agents in Asia and we’ve been talking with them for a while and we notified North Queensland a while ago those talks were ongoing,” Ayoub said last night. “Given the opportunity that existed and the arrangement we had with North Queensland, we decided to take up the offer overseas, and Jade’s very much looking forward to it.”



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