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Western Melbourne could be an odd name for a Geelong team.Not a fan of western united. If I didn't know the league I'd be saying west of what?
Western Melbourne should have been the obvious choice. Tsk.
Was keen to support them but can't get behind a name like that
That's a very good signing he'll tear it up here, I remember when we we wanted to sign him but the FFA rejected it because he didn't fit their "Marquee fund metrics"Alessandro Diamanti signs up
Got a decent left peg on him, hopefully he can provide some value for the team and league
You're a Napoli fan too yeah?That's a very good signing he'll tear it up here, I remember when we we wanted to sign him but the FFA rejected it because he didn't fit their "Marquee fund metrics"
Sempre Napoli mateYou're a Napoli fan too yeah?
He always seemed to play as a right forward whenever he played for the Azzurri, wonder if that'll be his role here too, or if he'll play as a number 10?
So in other words - like getting to Footscray from Chelsea or from Greensborough on the MetroGood luck with Ballarat. An hour drive or catch 2 trains.
Why wouldn't they play games at the brand new soccer facility in Ballarat?So in other words - like getting to Footscray from Chelsea or from Greensborough on the Metro
All jokes aside, it's probably not as daft as it first sounds for the Western United team to play their first Home Games only 50 and 60 mins away respectively in Geelong and Ballarat for 2020-2022 seasons. It will establish ground based support across a wide area which is a foundation on which to build a club. The Ballarat Courier have been reporting only very that the WUFC have been negotiating with the Ballarat Council to secure Mars Stadium for three games per season over three years.