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Brisbane Roar FC 2017/18 Umbro Home, Away and Third Kits

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Australian A-League side Brisbane Roar Football Club will wear a three kit playing range Umbro Australia for their 2017/18 domesticand AFC Champions League seasons. The current side offormer internationalsMassimo Maccarone (Italy),Thomas Kristensen (Denmark) and Avraam Papadopoulos (Greece) will wear their familiar orange for their new home kit.

Brisbane Roar FC 2016/17 Umbro Home, Away and Third Kits

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Brisbane Roar Football Club have released a three match kit collection from Umbro Australia for [...]

Brisbane Roar 2015/16 Umbro Home, Away and Third Kits

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In the news for their current dire financial situation, Brisbane Roar Football Club recently unveiled [...]

Comprehensive Team By Team Preview Of The 2014-15 A-League Season

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It's the 10th anniversary of the A-League this season, and interest in football in Australia has never been stronger in the wake of a captivating World Cup in Brazil.

At the beginning of the A-League's inception ten years ago, many thought the league would fail to make an impression in Australia's diverse sporting landscape.

Brisbane Roar FC Sign with Umbro. Unveil 2014/16 Kit and New Crest.

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Australian A-League champions for three of the last four seasons, Brisbane Roar Football Club, have [...]

Besart Berisha red card vs Sydney FC 2014 Brisbane Roar- Berisha Fish Simulation Video

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Besart Berisha red card vs Sydney FC 2014 Brisbane Roar- Berisha Fish Simulation Video is a post from Soccer Blogger. Follow Soccer Blogger on Twitter This Besart Berisha red card vs Sydney FC (VIDEO BELOW) took place in the Brisbane Roar vs Sydney FC game on March 14, 2014.

Brisbane Roar 2013/14 PUMA Home, Away and Third Kits

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Two-time Australian A-League champions Brisbane Roar have unveiled their home, away and third PUMA kits [...]

AFC Champions League

Mind The Gap

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Last night I watched Muang Thong United defeated Brisbane Roar 3-0 in the AFC Champions League group stage. It was their third win from five group stage games and leaves them with 11 points with one game remaining against Kashima Antlers in Japan. They have already confirmed their place in the knock out stage of the competition, now it is just a question of whether they finish first or second.

Hulk blasts Shanghai to victory in AFC Champions League

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Seoul (AFP) – Brazilian forward Hulk blasted Shanghai SIPG to a 1-0 victory over FC Seoul but the big-spending Chinese giants needed to survive a penalty and a red card before winning their AFC Champions League opener on Tuesday.

Hulk’s rocket of a strike on 53 minutes got Andre Villas-Boas’s team off to a winning start in Group F, where they lie second on goal difference after Urawa Red Diamonds’ 4-0 demolition of Western Sydney Wanderers.

Hulk blasts Shanghai to victory in AFC Champions League

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Seoul (AFP) – Brazilian forward Hulk blasted Shanghai SIPG to a 1-0 victory over FC Seoul but the big-spending Chinese giants needed to survive a penalty and a red card before winning their AFC Champions League opener on Tuesday.

Hulk’s rocket of a strike on 53 minutes got Andre Villas-Boas’s team off to a winning start in Group F, where they lie second on goal difference after Urawa Red Diamonds’ 4-0 demolition of Western Sydney Wanderers.

Brisbane Roar PUMA 2011/12 Home and Away Jerseys

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Brisbane Roar Football Club (formerly Queensland Roar Football Club) is a professional soccer club from Brisbane, Queensland, Australia competing in the Hyundai A-League. The Roar was the 2010/11 A-League regular season and playoff champions. As a result, the team is an automatic entrant into the 2012 AFC Champions League.

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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 Liverpool vs Brisbane Roar 2015 (LFC-Roar VIDEO BELOW) Final score and result:- Liverpool v Brisbane Roar 2-1 (Lallana, Milner/Petratos) Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane- 17 July, 2015- Friendly- 17/7/15- Friday Adam Lallana and [.

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.

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.

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...

Um Broich alemão na Austrália

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Nascido em Munique há 31 anos, Thomas Broich é um dos jogadores que mais brilha na primeira liga australiana, onde representa o Brisbane Roar há duas temporadas. O médio ex-Nuremberga adaptou-se rapidamente e tornou-se uma das principais figuras do campeão daquele longínquo país, tendo na sua época de estreia marcado seis golos e feito 14 assistências, sendo eleito o Jogador do Ano do Brisbane Roar.

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FIFA To Visit Indonesia In October

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Since banning Indonesia from competing in any football under its auspices several months ago it seems like FIFA has been in no rush to welcome the country back to its warm, loving embrace.

Now comes news they will put together a team and will visit the country in October to see what the problem is.

How good can it get?

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I might have to be writing a bit this season. Things are exciting at the Roar and I am full of material. If anything I've been suffering the writer's block of someone with far too much to say. So fuck it, I'll start with a rave. Anything to get the gripes with FIFA (which I still have) from the top of the page and some news of this brilliant team.

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Brisbane Roar secure the A League’s Premiers’ Plate in style

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For some weeks, it's felt as if the A League regular season closing script has all but been written. The only details left to fill in has been the who, the what and the when, and at the weekend we got our answer: it was Luke Brattan with a wonder goal in the dying minutes of Brisbane Roar's game against Melbourne Victory to ensure the Queenslanders topped the table and secured the Premiers' Plate.

A-League: Brisbane Roar’s Besart Berisha Sent-Off After Ridiculously Hysterical Simulation (Video)

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By Chris Wright

Having scored the opening goal of the game against Sydney FC in the 23rd minute, Brisbane Roar striker Besart Berisha had his afternoon ended incredibly prematurely just 17 minutes later when the Albanian international was shown a straight red card after a piece of utterly ridiculous simulation.

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Brisbane Roar: Now we all know how to beat them, or is Ange really the master coach?

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The Salary Cap has struck again.

Brisbane Roar have lost Thomas Broich, Henrique, Matt Smith and other key players in recent weeks and as a result despite continuing to boss possession, key goals have been conceded and a lack of attacking penetration has seem the team suffer three defeats in a row.

Australia: Brisbane’s historic run finally comes to an end

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Hyundai A-League champions Brisbane Roar finally lost their unbeaten record this season when going down to a 2-0 reverse at the hands of Sydney FC today.

Two goals in the opening twenty minutes of the match put paid to Brisbane's chances of victory today but the Roar still top the standings with a three point margin separating them from nearest challengers Central Coast Mariners.

Roar's training video helps the opposition

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Check out the video and you'll know how to stop the Roar!

If you watched the recent Wellington Roar game you'll have seen Ivan Franjic played in time and time again a la the above video training drill. Four men in the box, the ball played back or across to a Roar player.

In the drill there were only defenders - against Wellington and Victory there were 7 or 8!

Brisbane finally gets the Final

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The last time I wrote about the A-League or the Brisbane Roar was April last year. The short of what I had to say then was, "the Brisbane Roar cannot repeat its original seduction of this consumer. This time they're going to have to realise a product that is worth it for me to seek out."

They have done it.

Perez fails to deliver as McKay's Roar march on.

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All the hype about Patricio Perez the Mariners star Argentinean counted for nothing as he failed to deliver in the game that mattered, the A-League semi-final.

A close game and the Mariners were perhaps unlucky not to score as they hit the post a couple of times but in truth it was Perez with some key space and ball, particularly in the second half who could not deliver a final ball, or test the Roar keeper with any decent shot that saw the Mariners needing a miracle in Brisbane.

You'll never walk alone - it actually works - Brisbane should grab it.

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Of course I'm a Celtic fan and this is our song.

But anyone at the Socceroos v Uruguay game and indeed watching the Brisbane Roar game on the weekend will know that this song can work in Australia as well.

So many fans in Australia want their own song, their own anthem, after six seasons, few clubs it seems has one, one that any fan can join in.

Football nonsense: Miron the monkey? Clive the clown, or Ange the ...

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Heard the one about the A-League club struggling for crowds and funds?

Yep at seasons end Gold Coast United bring in Shane Smeltz, Korean import Sung-Kil Kim and Bundesliga player Peter Perchtold. That's expensive, less expensive and probably expensive.

But on 2500 fans and trying to engage the community Chris Harald, Youth Team Captain Stephen Lustica and others miss out.

Australia: Brisbane roar their way to top of the league

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Brisbane Roar are top of the Hyundai A-League at the moment

Australia's Hyundai A-League has been unusually competitive this season, mainly due to the ineptitude of the reigning champions coupled with the inconsistency of the A-League's most successful team since records began. Brisbane Roar, rather than Sydney FC or Melbourne Victory, are in pole position after the Christmas schedule and with the Play-Offs soon to come Stoppage Time International Football Blog reviews the situation with just weeks of the regular season remaining.

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France’s Bautheac joins Brisbane Roar

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Sydney (AFP) – French winger Eric Bautheac has signed with Brisbane Roar for the next Australian A-League season, the club said on Saturday.

Bautheac, 30, joins Roar as a free agent from LOSC Lille.

The pacey attacker, who also had playing stints with AS Cannes, Dijon and Nice, has made a total of 172 appearances in Ligue 1, scoring 26 goals.

Media

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The other week I listed ten reasons why it is brilliant to be a Brisbane Roar fan right now. Here's another one: the media about our team is endless, and pretty much all flattering. Here's just a few of the headlines from the last few days:

Possession statistics compare A-League's Brisbane Roar to La Liga and European champions Barcelona

Brisbane, That Was Football Porn

Who Can Stop Brisbane Roar

The Roar Effect

Brisbane Roar are a Gift for the A-League

That really is only a few, and they're not by Roar partisans.

Tom meets Zizou – Kein Sommermärchen

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Für viele ist er Inbegriff des gescheiterten Fussballers.Vor 10 Jahren, als seine Karriere beim damaligen oberbayerischen Zweitligisten SV Wacker Burghausen begann, dachte ganz Fussballdeutschland noch, dass aus Thomas Broich einmal ein ganz Großer werden wird. Für die Medien war er schon so etwas wie ein Messias, jemand der uns die WM 2006 retten wird und [.

From college football to A-League glory

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What have Chichester City, Swindon Supermarine, the Brisbane Roar and a rural agricultural college in the Gloucestershire countryside got in common?

It's a fairly obscure bit of trivia, which helps chart the footballing career of defender Matt Smith, who went from the County League title with Chichester to winning the A-League Grand Final with the Brisbane Roar, via a state league title with Palm Beach, a league title with Swindon Supermarine, a BUSA title with Hartpury College and the 2007 World Uni Championships.