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Central Coast Mariners vs Adelaide United

The Mariners versus the Reds completes Round 11 of the A-League competition.

 Central Coast Mariners VS Adelaide United

Central Coast Mariners v Adelaide United
Saturday, November 15
Local kick off 7.30pm AEDT
Bluetongue Stadium, Gosford
Referee: Matthew Breeze

Central Coast Mariners Squad: 1. Matthew NASH (gk), 4. Pedj BOJIC, 5. Bradley PORTER, 6. David D’APUZZO, 7. John HUTCHINSON, 9. Nik MRDJA, 10. Adrian CACERES, 11. Dylan MACALLISTER, 16. Nigel BOOGAARD, 17. Matthew OSMAN, 18. Alex WILKINSON, 19. Matt SIMON, 20. Danny VUKOVIC (gk), 22. Sasho PETROVSKI, 23. Mile JEDINAK.

In. 16. Nigel BOOGAARD (Returns from Injury).
Out. 13. Paul O’GRADY (Groin – Indefinite).
Unavailable. 8. Dean HEFFERNAN (Ankle – Indefinite), 15. Andrew CLARK (Shoulder – Indefinite), 21. Ahmad ELRICH (Knee – Season).

Adelaide United Squad: 20. Eugene GALEKOVIC (gk), 2. Robert CORNTHWAITE, 3. ALEMAO, 4. Angelo COSTANZO, 5. Michael VALKANIS, 6. CASSIO, 7. Lucas PANTELIS, 8. Kristian SARKIES, 10. CRISTIANO, 13. Travis DODD (capt.), 14. Scott JAMIESON, 15. Jonas SALLEY, 16. Daniel MULLEN, 18. Fabian BARBIERO, 19. Sasa OGNENOVSKI, 21. Jason SPAGNUOLO, 22. DIEGO, 24. Paul REID, 25. Robert YOUNIS, 30. Mark BIRIGHITTI (gk).
*5 to be omitted.

In. Fabian BARBIERO (returns from injury), Eugene GALEKOVIC (returns from injury), Daniel MULLEN (returns from international duty), Paul REID (returns from injury), Jason SPAGNUOLO (promoted).
Out. Lucas ANDREUCCI (gk) (omitted).
Unavailable. Paul AGOSTINO (calf – 3 weeks), Daniel BELTRAME (knee – season), Isyan ERDOGAN (hamstring – indefinite).

Brave Adelaide go down to Gamba Osaka in 2nd Leg

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ADELAIDE UTD have gone down 2-0 in the 2nd leg of their Asian Champions League final match played at Hindmarsh stadium earlier tonight.

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2008 AFC Champions League Final – 2nd Leg

 2008 AFC Champions League Final - 1st Leg

After a three-nil win in Osaka a week ago Gamba look set to claim the Asian Champions League, but can Adelaide come back and claim an unlikely victory?

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Adelaide Utd no match for Gamba Boys

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ADELAIDE Utd have been defeated 3-0 by Gamba Osaka in Japan in the first leg of the ACL Final. The reds now have to score at least 3 goals and not concede any to take the game to extra time in the return leg to be played at Hindmarsh.

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2008 AFC Champions League Final – 1st Leg

 2008 AFC Champions League Final - 1st Leg

Adelaide United take on Gamba Osaka tonight in a match dubbed the biggest ever to feature an Australian football club, the first leg of the AFC Champions League final in Osaka, Japan.

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AFC Champions League final beckons for United

 Adelaide United

Adelaide United holds a 3-goal advantage going into its AFC Champions League Semi Final 2nd leg encounter against Bunyodkor/Kuruvchi in Tashkent tonight.

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Kuruvchi v Adelaide United & Urawa Reds v Gamba Osaka AFC Champions League Live & Free Streaming

Kuruvchi v Adelaide United AFC Champions League


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Urawa Red Diamonds v Gamba Osaka AFC Champions League


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I know…..I know….. There are quite a few Asian & European visitors to this website and even some Adelaide fans from the UK. Unfortunately,  the free streaming will only work to IP addresses based outside of the above countries….but you could always give it a go.

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Reds wait on Galekovic decision

Goalkeeper Eugene Galekovic will have until kick-off to prove his fitness for Adelaide United’s Asian Champions League (ACL) semi-final second leg in Tashkent on Wednesday.

The Reds’ goalkeeper missed Adelaide’s weekend A-League game with a groin strain, but arrived with his teammates in Tashkent for the match against Bunyodkor.

Galekovic did not train at a session during the squad’s Singapore stopover, however it is hoped that intensive treatment from United’s medical staff will see the goalkeeper ready to start the match.

Adelaide will hold a familiarisation and training session at the MHSK Stadium in Tashkent tomorrow ahead of Wednesday night’s match.

United go into the game with a 3-0 home leg lead and need a win on aggregate to progress to the ACL final against either Gamba Osaka and Urawa Red Diamonds.

Bunyodkor/Kuruvchi vs Adelaide United
Wednesday, October 22
Kick off 5.30pm local Tashkent time (11pm ACDT, 11.30pm AEDT)
MHSK Stadium, Tashkent

Controversial goal gives Reds victory over Roar

  Queensland Roar VS Adelaide United

A controversial goal from defender Robert Cornthwaite has given Adelaide United all three points against Queensland Roar at Suncorp Stadium last night.

Neither goalkeeper was seriously troubled during the opening 45 minutes, with so few chances being created that a kookaburra perched on the crossbar of Adelaide’s goal for much of the half.

On the hour mark, poor defending by Queensland allowed Cornthwaite to nod home the winner, with Andrew Packer failing to clear a Cristiano header from a Paul Reid cross, the Reds defender held off a Josh McCloughan challenge to head over Roar goalkeeper Liam Reddy.

But replays clearly showed Cristiano was well off-side.

Matters were made worse for the Roar when they found the back of the net themselves a minute later, only for Matt McKay to be ruled off-side after an excellent finish to Michael Zullo’s cross.

The loss was the Queenslanders’ third in four home games at Suncorp Stadium this season, continuing the Roar’s history of poor home form. In 37 home matches during four A-League seasons, the Roar have tasted victory only 10 times.

United departed for Singapore on a high this morning, where it will hold a training session on Sunday before heading to Tashkent for Wednesday’s historic 2nd leg in the AFC Champions League Semi Final.

Match details

Queensland Roar 0
Adelaide United 1
(Cornthwaite 60’)

Crowd: 11,117 @ Suncorp Stadium
Referee: Mark Shield

Adelaide United: 30.Mark BIRIGHITTI (gk), 2.Robert CORNTHWAITE, 4.Angelo COSTANZO, 6.CASSIO, 10.CRISTIANO (9.Paul AGOSTINO 69’), 13.Travis DODD (capt.) (21.Jason SPAGNUOLO 76’), 14.Scott JAMIESON, 15.Jonas SALLEY, 18.Fabian BARBIERO (3.ALEMAO 62’), 19.Sasa OGNENOVSKI, 24.Paul REID.

Substitutes Not Used: 40.Lucas ANDREUCCI (gk)
Yellow Cards: Birighitti 90’
Red Cards: Nil

Queensland Roar: 1.Liam REDDY, 2.Andrew PACKER, 4.Craig MOORE, 5.Josh McCLOUGHAN, 7.Michael ZULLO, 8.Massimo MURDOCCA, 10.Charlie MILLER (23.Tim SMITS 79’), 11.REINALDO (12.Tahj MINNIECON 69’), 15.Matt McKAY, 16.Hyuk-Su SEO (14.Ben GRIFFIN 55’), 18.Danny TIATTO.

Substitutes Not Used: 20.Griffin McMASTER
Yellow Cards: McKay 15’, Miller 33’
Red Cards: Nil

Adelaide goalkeeper Galekovic ruled out with groin strain

Adelaide United goalkeeper Eugene Galekovic has been ruled out of tonight’s A-League match against Queensland Roar with a groin injury.

Galekovic injured his groin yesterday during a personalised training session with National Goalkeeping Coach Tony Franken in Brisbane.

“The injury doesn’t feel too bad, I just felt a strain when kicking the ball during the session with Tony,” Galekovic said.

“I will know more after the scan this afternoon but hopefully I will be ready to go on Wednesday.”

The 27 year old will have an MRI scan this afternoon but early indications are that the injury is not serious.

Adelaide Coach Aurelio Vidmar will now look to 17 year old Mark Birighitti to fill the void between the posts.

United’s medical staff will closely monitor Galekovic’s recovery over the next few days ahead of The Reds’ decisive AFC Champions League match against Bunyodkor/Kuruvchi.

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