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Brisbane stay alive in Asian Champions League, Bluewings soar

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Brisbane (Australia) (AFP) – Brisbane Roar kept their AFC Champions League hopes flickering with a 2-1 win over Kashima Antlers as Thailand’s Muanthong United took advantage to go clear at the top of Group E.

Goals from striker Jamie Maclaren and midfielder Brett Holman gave the Roar a 2-0 lead before the Japanese champions pulled a goal back near the end in Brisbane.

Brisbane stay alive in Asian Champions League, Bluewings soar

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Brisbane (Australia) (AFP) – Brisbane Roar kept their AFC Champions League hopes flickering with a 2-1 win over Kashima Antlers as Thailand’s Muanthong United took advantage to go clear at the top of Group E.

Goals from striker Jamie Maclaren and midfielder Brett Holman gave the Roar a 2-0 lead before the Japanese champions pulled a goal back near the end in Brisbane.

Football: Brisbane stay alive, Utd go clear, Bluewings soar

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Brisbane (Australia) (AFP) – Brisbane Roar kept their AFC Champions League hopes flickering with a 2-1 win over Kashima Antlers as Thailand’s Muanthong United took advantage to go clear at the top of Group E.

Goals from striker Jamie Maclaren and midfielder Brett Holman gave the Roar a 2-0 lead before the Japanese champions pulled a goal back near the end in Brisbane.

Football: Brisbane stay alive, Utd go clear, Bluewings soar

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Brisbane (Australia) (AFP) – Brisbane Roar kept their AFC Champions League hopes flickering with a 2-1 win over Kashima Antlers as Thailand’s Muanthong United took advantage to go clear at the top of Group E.

Goals from striker Jamie Maclaren and midfielder Brett Holman gave the Roar a 2-0 lead before the Japanese champions pulled a goal back near the end in Brisbane.

Brisbane upset Kashima in Asian Champions League

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Brisbane (Australia) (AFP) – Australia’s Brisbane Roar kept their Asian Champions League hopes flickering with a 2-1 win over Japanese champions Kashima Antlers in Brisbane on Wednesday.

Goals from striker Jamie Maclaren and midfielder Brett Holman gave Brisbane a 2-0 lead before Kashima pulled a goal back near the end.

Brisbane upset Kashima in Asian Champions League

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Brisbane (Australia) (AFP) – Australia’s Brisbane Roar kept their Asian Champions League hopes flickering with a 2-1 win over Japanese champions Kashima Antlers in Brisbane on Wednesday.

Goals from striker Jamie Maclaren and midfielder Brett Holman gave Brisbane a 2-0 lead before Kashima pulled a goal back near the end.

Liverpool vs Brisbane Roar 2015 Highlights Suncorp 2-1 Friendly Lallana Milner Goals Video

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Liverpool vs Brisbane Roar 2015 Highlights Suncorp 2-1 Friendly Lallana Milner Goals Video is a post from Soccer Blogger. Follow Soccer Blogger on Twitter

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A-League Finals 2014

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Finals time in the A-League can only mean one thing - the annual debate about the merits of a finals system.

While the debate has been more muted this year, it's one that bubbles beneath the surface as five clubs vie to stop Brisbane Roar claiming what would be just reward for their season - a third A-League championship in four years.

Preview: Wellington - Brisbane

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Wellington Phoenix has started the A-League season strong but New Zealand club will have their hands full when they host a powerful Brisbane Roar team at Westpac Stadium on Saturday.

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Three Times and An Old Lady - AFR Voice Ep. 39 They’ve done it...

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Three Times and An Old Lady - AFR Voice Ep. 39

They've done it again. For the third year running the Scudetto will be sitting pretty in Juventus' trophy cabinet after they took the title at the weekend without even having to kick a ball. On the show this week we take a look at what's been another superb domestic season for the Old Lady, as well as trouble at the Coppa Italia final, a certain aging striker who might just find himself sneaking onto the plane to Brazil this Summer, and a 24 goal thriller in Serie D.

Did Japan freeze again on big stage?

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If you saw Japan against Jordan - wonderful flowing youthful football with stars all over the park it was inevitable that Japan would win in Brisbane.

They didn't.

Indeed Holger's men tested them early and should have been a goal or maybe even two up with a bit of cool finishing.

Adelaide United - did you see Galekovic's save? Great game

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The hugely talented Nagoya Grampus - loaded with dollars as well - came to Adelaide last night and were beaten 1-0 by United in the last sixteen of the Asian Champions League.

And what a great game of football it was.

Despite the defensive nature of United there was a lot to like about the Aussies performance up against such craftsmen from Nagoya.

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Weekly Football News March 11 2014

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Wigan in dreamland - again

Wigan Athletic have been rewarded for knocking high-flying Manchester City out of the FA Cup with a second trip to Wembley within 12 months.

The FA Cup holders repeated their feat of overcoming City in last season's final at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday, despite the fact that the club has been relegated from the Premier League and seen their inspirational manager Roberto Martinez depart for Everton in the meantime.

Kitman: New Manchester City home kit leaked by Australian retailer

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Manchester City's new kit has seen the light of day earlier than anticipated after its release date was unofficially brought forward by a shop in Australia. The Premier League champions' new home kit was placed on display by a sports retailer Rebel Sports in Brisbane without the club's permission. It was spotted by a City [.

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Postecoglou Feels Full Force of the Roar

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Ange Postecoglou's return to Brisbane was everything the former Roar head coach would have dreaded, as the defending A-League champions tore his Melbourne Victory side apart, much to the chagrin of fans betting on soccer.

The size of the job in hand for Postecoglou was made clear for all to see as the Roar made relatively easy work of inflicting the Victory's second defeat in the new season, as the hosts ran out 5-0 winners to send their former boss back to Melbourne with his tail between his legs.

Persib's New Stadium Taking Shape

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Without doubt Persib are one of the best supported clubs in the country. Yet they have woefully lacked a decent stadium to show off in front of their fans. Siliwangi Stadium in Bandung only holds about 22,000 while Jalak Harapat Stadium out in Soreang holds about 35,000 but is a bastard to get to and from.

Junior Football Bravery award - measure your development guage

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In Junior Football do you cheer the keeper roll out or pass with their feet more than a goal?

If you are really focused on development a Coach or Parent (and maybe even a rare young player) should cheer the keeper distribution more than a goal.

A goal can come from many things, but a young keeper rolling or passing a ball out has the whole of Australia on his or her back.

Trimboli confirmed for Victory

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Melbourne Victory confirmed today that Paul Trimboli has been appointed as Football Operations Manager. The former Socceroos and South Melbourne star opted for a return home to Melbourne after a one-year term with Brisbane Roar. Trimboli joins the club having enjoyed success with the Queenslanders, where he held a similar position last season, as Brisbane

Victory sign Dilevski

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Melbourne Victory has announced today that they've signed former Adelaide United and Brisbane Roar midfielder, Spase Dilevski, on a one-year deal. After spells at Dutch powerhouse PSV Eindhoven and English Premier League giants Tottenham Hotspur, Dilevski returned to Australia in 2005 when he made his Hyundai A-League debut for the Queenslanders, before a second stint

Ange Postecoglou appointed new Victory coach

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Ange Postecoglou has finally been unveiled as the new Melbourne Victory manager at a press conference today, signing a three year deal with the A-League's biggest club. Postecoglou quit his position as coach of Brisbane Roar on Tuesday in order to join Victory and he says he's ready for a new challenge; "It's a big club, with

Madness Reigns As Air Shot And Phantom Penalty Settle Australian A-League Grand Final (Video)

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By Chris Wright

Brisbane Roar secured their second A-League title on the bounce on Sunday evening, though the manner in which they did so will make your mind swim as your synapses struggle to comprehend the weapons grade 'what the f**kity' on show.

With the score level at 1-1 and the last few seconds of normal time ebbing away, Brisbane striker Besart Berisha blustered through the Perth area to find himself clean through, swung his leg at a bobbling ball, missed entirely and then fell on his arse to cap off the show.

Well done Perth - what now?

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Great stuff Perth - you dug in, bought a whole heap of ageing stars and almost snatched the Championship.Phew - you would never have been worthy Champs, not to the neutral.

So what not?

More of the same?

How long will Travis Dodd be able to bust a gut for 60 minutes, or 34 year old Jacob Burns control games in the Aussie heat.

After the belter in the West bring on the El Classico in Gosford

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It wasn't pretty football in the West but it was a belter of a game. Perth v Wellington. And arguably two of my least favourite football teams are playing much better football than years gone by.

But it's not Swansea is it.

Great to see my most hated Coach ex-Ger Iain Ferguson using brain and craft to play full-back Scott Neville in a switch for my man of the match Billy Mehmet.

The Midweek Mmm: Erik Paartalu, Brisbane Roar

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Right, can anyone remember where we left the Kickette camper van? Images: Matt Roberts/Getty Images, Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images.

When it comes to the Australian A-League, our flighty affections lie squarely in Melbourne, where Harry Kewell and his fam are nearing the end of plying their cuteness.

Finals Football Week 1 - Perth linesman gives Perth a goal that never was.

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Shane Smeltz stole the headlines as Perth put a strangely negative Melbourne Heart to the sword.

Perth aren't pretty for the neutral and with Liam Miller off his game it was dire stuff. A strange second "goal" that clearly wasn't killed the game all hats off to Smeltz for celebrating early - did he influence the Perth-based linesman who gave a goal.

Gold Coast 3 smash Perth 0

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Come on Roar. The big train trip next Sunday.


Max Points at: CCM Brisbane Wellington Perth 18-Mar-12 48 46 40 40 25-Mar-12 51 49 43 43

Victory 3 show how to completely smash Wellington 0

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Wellington were not in this game and will better shooting from Archie Thompson this could have been 6-0. As it was Archie who set up all three goals - all magnificent.

Victory showed us why they are the most entertaining team to watch. But. Also why they, on average, perform so badly. Too many balls pushed too long with little chance of reward - just giving the ball away.

Ange Postecoglou: the greatest Oz inspiration to Aussie Grassroots Coaches ever?

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If you've ever watched the Brisbane Roar play - and most Aussie's don't have Fox Sports so will never have seen them - they play to instruction, tactic and a tempo rarely, some say never, seen in Australia.

There is many elements to their game but one is critical to Australian football development at all levels.

Brisbane Roar PUMA 2012 AFC Champions League Home and Away Jerseys

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Defending Australian A-League champions Brisbane Roar FC have unveiled PUMA home and away kits for their 2012 AFC Champions League campaign. Both kits feature the PUMA King shirt design used...

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Newcastle 1 v Brisbane 2, CCM 1 v Adelaide 0

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Brisbane could pay a heavy price for poor finishing against Adelaide. CCM now favoured to win.

Brisbane - gee - doing it the hard way.

Should have beaten a hapless Newcastle defence 6 or 7 -1 including Henrique missing a penalty. Mitch showed him how to do it a bit later. Brisbane fielded a weakened defence - why hasn't Hingert started before now?

Newcastle 1 v Brisbane 2, CCM 1 v Adelaide 0

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Brisbane could pay a heavy price for poor finishing against Adelaide. CCM now favoured to win.

Brisbane - gee - doing it the hard way.

Should have beaten a hapless Newcastle defence 6 or 7 -1 including Henrique missing a penalty. Mitch showed him how to do it a bit later. Brisbane fielded a weakened defence - why hasn't Hingert started before now?

Brisbane 1 v Adelaide 1 / Perth 1 v CCM 0

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CCM and Brisbane will want to win next week to lock out Wellington and Perth.

Brisbane ripped off as A-League's top misses an obvious penalty.


Max Points at: CCM Brisbane Wellington Perth 11-Mar-12 45 43 40 40 18-Mar-12 48 46 43 43 25-Mar-12 51 49 46 46

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DTotD: Australian striker floored by clothes line tackle

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If you've ever witnessed the organized brawl that isAussie Rules Football, you'll know that they're bred from tougher stock down under. On Friday, a player from the Brisbane Premier League's Peninsula Power seemed to confuse the sport he was playing when he executed a brutal clothes line tackle on Brisbane Wolves striker Kado Aoci.

Rado v Ange: Round 5 assessment

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It was all Rado, what did Ange do?

Or so came the cry from some football followers and if grew a little louder once Brisbane had thumped Melbourne 5-0 in Round 2.

5 rounds in and it's time for further assessment.

Melbourne Victory are the most improved team in the league.

Jogo 0373/2012 - Elim. Copa 2014 - Austrália 1x1 Japão

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Mais um jogo das eliminatórias da Copa de 2014, foi realizado no dia 12/06/2012, na cidade de Brisbane-AUS, onde jogaram as seleções da Austrália (24º no ranking da FIFA) e a seleção do Japão (23º no ranking da FIFA).

Antes desse jogo, as 2 seleções jogaram:
Copa do Mundo
2006Kaiserslautern12/06/2006 AUS3:1 (0:1)JPN Group matches


Eliminatórias Copa do Mundo
2010Melbourne17/06/2009 AUS2:1 (0:1)JPN 2010Yokohama11/02/2009 JPN0:0AUS 1970Seoul16/10/1969 AUS1:1 (1:1)JPN First stage1970Seoul10/10/1969 JPN1:3 (1:1)AUS First stage


Copa das Confederações
2001Yokohama07/06/2001 JPN1:0 (1:0)AUS Semi-finals

Copa da Ásia
2011Doha29/01/2011 JPN1:0 a.

Canberra United - the next step?

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http://www.capalababulldogs.com/mediaarchives.asp?articleid=379

No need to reinvent the wheel is there? Not anymore.

Now Canberra United clearly can't replicate the A-League models yet, but they could aim to nick some of the better ideas couldn't they.

And the Brisbane Roars One Goal is clearly one we could dilute and build up further our grassroots support.

Ange to Victory?

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The World Game are reporting today that Ange Postecoglu has agreed a deal with Melbourne Victory to become their new head coach for the 2012/13 season: The World Game understands Postecoglou – on the cusp of a second successive A-League title with Brisbane – is believed to have struck an agreement to return to his

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