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A-League Penultimate Rd

Discussion in 'Football Australia' started by TheKanga, Apr 5, 2018.

  1. TheKanga

    TheKanga Brownlow Medallist

    North Melbourne
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    Friday 6th
    Newcastle vs. Perth - 7.50pm

    Saturday 7th

    WSW vs. Brisbane Roar - 5.35pm
    Melbourne City vs. Central Coast - 7.50pm

    Sunday 8th

    Melbourne Victory vs. Wellington - 5pm
    Sydney FC vs. Adelaide Utd - 7pm
     

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  2. AuckMel

    AuckMel Kiwi_Power

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    I gave up on the Phoenix a while ago, but bugger me what a disgrace that red card was. Tried hard, but clearly lacking some x factor.
     
  3. Andonis1997

    Andonis1997 Who the hell is Ando?

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    He did kick out.

    I didn't watch the game, but sounds like VAR was having fun with the Nix again? In the lead up to that second goal, that should have been a pushout and shouldn't have stood.

    I'm definitely losing interest in the league right now and I'm sure I'm not the only one.

    Just look at this thread. 2 Nix supporters posting. Says it all.. :p
     
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  4. TheKanga

    TheKanga Brownlow Medallist

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    Gotta say it's sad to see the lack of interest.
    Even I'm more excited about North and they are probably bottom 4 lol
     
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  5. DeadlyAkkuret

    DeadlyAkkuret Brownlow Medallist

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    Second year in a row that SFC has finished with a better points per game ratio than the 2010/2011 Roar.

    It may be boring but I’m enjoying supporting the best ever a-league team.
     
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