Roar Unveil W-League squad and Slash NYL squad

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Roar Unveil W-League squad and Slash NYL squad

Brisbane Roar over the weekend have confirmed the majority of their W-League squad for the upcoming season as they seek to return to the finals after missing out for the first time in the competition’s history last year. It is the outs which dominate the attention with a host of internationals all departing the setup, a list which includes Nadine Angerer (retired) Elise Kellond-Knight (Germany), Kim Carroll (Perth), Hayley Raso (Melbourne Victory), Laura Alleway (Melbourne City) and Sunny Franco (Sydney FC). Coming in for the Roar are a host of players from the NPL Queensland with Sofie Persson (Sunshine Coast)…

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Deng determined to shine

The past year has been one of hard work and rising through the ranks of Victorian football for Thomas Deng. Deng began 2014 in the under 20s side of Victorian National Premier League outfit Green Gully. He’s now playing in the youth team of arguably the biggest club in the A-League in Melbourne Victory, while edging closer to his senior debut as well as gaining a national team call up with the Young Socceroos. Not bad for a kid who just turned 18. Deng’s rise through the Victorian leagues has coincided with the full back popping up on the radar…

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Aloisi to Coach Victory NYL and NPL Sides

Melbourne Victory is pleased to announce the appointment of John Aloisi as Development Coach of its National Youth League and National Premier Leagues sides. Aloisi begins at the club today, working alongside Youth Head Coach Darren Davies ahead of Melbourne Victory’s inaugural National Premier Leagues campaign, which starts in March. The 39-year-old is one of Australia’s most experienced and recognised footballers, having made 55 appearances for the Socceroos and famously scoring the winning penalty to secure the nation’s place at the 2006 FIFA World Cup. He is also the only Australian footballer in history to have played in Europe’s three…

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Jordan is a capital player

The production line continues to roll, as the nation’s capital has contributed two talented youngsters to this season’s Sydney FC national youth league side. In particular, seventeen year old striker, Jordan Tsekenis has won himself a spot in the reigning champion’s squad after a two-day trial. Tsekenis has worked his way through the ACT youth ranks, starting out at FFA cup participants, Tuggeranong United before progressing to Woden Valley and before getting his real breakthrough, into the ACT Academy of Sport side. After his stint at the academy was completed, Jordan moved into the Senior National Training Centre (NTC) where…

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Sydney Youth Claim Premiership

Sydney FC has claimed the Foxtel National Youth League Premiership title on a warm day at the Sydney United Sports Centre this afternoon. The Sky Blues squad lifted the title with three games to spare following a 2-1 win over Brisbane Roar. The Young Sky Blues claimed the spoils thanks to first half goals from Terry Antonis and Mitch Mallia but were forced to work hard for their win after a second half strike from the Roar’s Samuel Sibatuara. Head Coach Steve Corica praised his young squad following the Premiership. “I’m very proud of the boys because they’ve wrapped it…

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Young Wanderers dominate in the heat, as they put three past the AIS

In sweltering conditions the young Wanderers bounced back from their loss last week to Newcastle, recording a convincing win against the AIS. The Wanderers took a two-goal lead into half time, and could only add one goal to their tally in the second half, a stunning free kick by Perkatis. If it weren’t for the goal keeping heroics of AIS goalkeeper, Thurtell the Wanderers could of have had six or seven goals. The Wanderers dominated all over the park, and made great use of their over aged players, Minniecon and Appiah, who both got 90 minutes of action. WSW 3…

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Young Wanderers Make it Three in a Row

Western Sydney Wanderers stretched their unbeaten streak to three games, after beating the Central Coast Mariners 3-nil, in sweltering conditions. The Wanderers dominated the game and came away with their second clean sheet in row. The Mariners offered little in attack, with their best chances coming in the opening minute of the game. With coaches Tony Popovic and Paul Okon in the stands, both sets of players were looking to impress, ahead of the Youth Asian Cup next January. The game itself began at a frantic pace, considering the testing conditions. Wanderer’s goalkeeper Thomas Manos pulled of a fantastic one-on-one…

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Robbie’s Weekend Wrap: A-League Round 7, Youth League Round 5

With the Matildas in action over the weekend the W-League had a break. So the Youth League and A-League made up for the gap in the domestic scene with goals a plenty and thrilling climaxes. NATIONAL YOUTH LEAGUE Newcastle and the AIS kicked the round off with the weekend’s biggest scoreline, the Jets running out winners 6-3 lifting them up to third on the table. AIS now have conceded ten goals over their two away matches so far. Having lost both games suggests that travelling may be an issue for them as their three home games have produced two wins…

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Young Wanderers break Hearts

Western Sydney Wanderers claimed their first victory of the season, beating Melbourne Heart 3-1, at Marconi stadium. The home side were made to pay for their slow start, conceding in the opening minute, to a superb finish by Heart midfielder Hernan Espindola. The away side started strongly and were unlucky not to add to their lead. As the first half wore on, the Wanderers began to wrestle back control of the game, through their intricate passing in midfield, lead by Jason Trifiro. Young Lawrence Hanna capped off the Wanderers dominance, with the equalizer in the 18th minute. The second half…

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Robbie’s Weekend Wrap

From searing heat in the west to cold wet conditions in the east, football in Australia never fails to surprise it’s swelling fan base. Plenty of goals again across the three competitions however based on the tippers results the matches this week were more predictable. NATIONAL YOUTH LEAGUE A whopping 23 goals scored over the five matches this week with Sydney FC continuing their perfect start with a 5-2 win over Adelaide in Wollongong. Victory however are only two points behind the Sky Blues and are yet to lose this season either picking up a handy 4-1 home win against…

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