amazingly enough, we dominated possession, did nothing with it really, perth deadly on the counter
Crowd: 13 043 (thats actually really good all things considered, we had just sacked our much beloved double winning manager a week beforehand)
as for managers, we may be hiring someone from Portugal (lower end of the primeria division, idk i would like to see the club make a play for Rijkaard if we are going dutch, hasn't managed since his stint for the saudi national team)
Wanderers unlucky to not win, they dominated sydney fc like it was last season. Arnold for some reason parked the bus and Ibini had to save them.
Crowd: 19 138 (full house obviously at paramatta, nothing new)
and with extra time to play. its
Wellington Phoenix 5-1 Melbourne City
simply put, JVS you're getting sacked in the morning, Mulvey to be appointed new manager. Tranni is already there so might as well have the double winning team. Don't let mulvey do the recruiting just let the million and one city scouts do it for him and just give mulvey some candidates and he can see who fits into his system. Add to that if they get rid of mupppets like Munn they should be right
Crowd: 7410 (wellington with that poverty attendance, they're going to be kicked out of the comp for another team, if we are to keep a NZ team it should be Auckland City playing out of Mt Smart or Eden Park, they would get at least 12k a game on the regular)
Former Western Sydney Wanderers forward Tahj Minniecon has signed with Philippine club Loyola Meralco Sparks in an attempt to get his professional career back on track.
Minniecon started playing soccer with Canberra junior club Brindabella Blues, then called Blue Light, and was part of the Australian Institute of Sport program before signing with the A-League club Brisbane Roar.
The 25-year-old also played for the now-defunct Gold Coast United and then the Wanderers, who released him at the end of last season.
But the former Olyroo has signed a one-year deal with Loyola and will start in January with the view to resurrecting his career in Asia.
Advertisement His manager, Kaz Patafta, said he was over his recent injury woes.
"The reason for him going there is to get into a side where he can at least just play out a season, because he hasn't been able to do that for a while now," Patafta said.
Jeremy Brockie is also going to be going to South Africa (PSL) in january (not sure which club yet. This is after being linked with a move to Malaysia (honestly The PSL is a more developed league, i've seen that league and its better than most of the asian leagues (their top teams are the best in africa) Its a good league, just plagued with overpaid idiots thats all
this can only mean for the nix they have a striker lined up (Chris wood as a domestic marquee perhaps, would be a stretch but quiet the coup if they could do it)