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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.
It's as hard for me to tell you this as it is for you to read it, but it wouldn't be right for me to keep it from you until you're older, harder, and have a greater control over your urge to take out your anger on government buildings and public art. Alessandro Del Piero isn't entirely happy.
24 year-old Emmanuel Riviere looked the part for Newcastle United in their 4-0 win against Sydney FC yesterday, and in fact all our new boys on display played well. Adam Armstrong after scoring Newcastle's 4th goal Siem de Jong scored his second goal in as many games for Newcastle and seemed to combine well with [.
In what was an emotional game for Newcastle United and the fans at the Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, New Zealand, and the Magpies rolled out good 4-0 winners against Sydney FC today, in what was to be a tribute to our two lost fans John Alder and Liam Sweeney. Alan Pardew The two dedicated [...]
As promised, the Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has fielded a strong starting eleven for the game tonight at the Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, New Zealand against Sydney FC. Newcastle fans at the Forsyth Barr Stadium Rob Elliot comes back into goal, and new signings Jack Colback, Siem de Jong and Emmanuel Riviere all start the [.
Alexandro Del Piero's Season has gone from bad to worse and here's the evidence!
Last week Sydney FC's Marquee player suffered the indignity of been substituted in the Sydney derby and his effort of a free-kick against the Central Coast Mariners summed up his season and his contribution to the game as a whole!
The two twin bastions of the A-League's push for prominence, Alessandro Del Piero and Emile Heskey, both scored their first goals for their respective new clubs, each finding the net with impressive strikes when Sydney FC welcomed the Newcastle United Jets to their manor on Saturday.
It would appear that the patience and goodwill is beginning to wear a little thin among Sydney FC fans with Alessandro Del Piero, with the Italian veteran's performances continuing to drop off as the weeks go by (rumours are also doing the rounds that he has a problem with coach Frank Farina and currently trains alone at Sydney, whether injured or not), with several commentators sussing that he just doesn't seem to care any more.
Here's Alessandro Del Piero showing off to his Sydney FC teammates by hanging from the rigging of an old galleon parked (or whatever the galleon equivalent is moored, perhaps?) in Sydney harbour and swinging his legs violently to the tune of that infernal "Harlem Shake" noise while dangling over what looks like an incredibly ornate buffet.
Given that there is no definitive 'top' and 'bottom' in space, as far as we can tell, Australia isn't really 'down under', is it? Of course, that doesn't stop the headline writers referring to the country as though it's clinging on to the underside of the Earth for dear life, or otherwise exists as a land mostly occupied by red dirt and kangaroos â€“ and it is â€“ and is altogether otherworldly.
Alessandro Del Piero's highly-anticipated A-League debut for Sydney FC was somewhat overshadowed courtesy of two Wellington Phoenix players also making their first appearances in the league. Del Piero may have looked the real deal, albeit a rusty one, but could do nothing as the New Zealanders defied the A league betting and secured an opening game 2-0 victory.
For all the pre-season hype of marquee acquisition Alessandro del Piero taking the A-League by storm, the limelight belonged to a couple of fellow new arrivals who can only dream of enjoying the same distinguished career as the Italian maestro.
Phoenix's debutants, Stein Huysegems and teenager Louis Fenton, found themselves on the score-sheet as the home side secured a deserved victory at Westpac Stadium.
You're looking atAlessandro Del Piero's new portrait photo for his new club, Sydney FC. The A-League, of course, has been trying to feed off the hype of Emile Heskey, Shinji Onoand the Italian football legend's arrival by getting them to pose in awkward photos, among other things.
It appears that not only Sydney FC fans are excited by the arrival of Italy superstar Alessandro del Piero because now Melbourne Victory managing director, Richard Wilson, has argued on news soccer networks for a rethink on the number of visa players A-League clubs can sign.
Football Federation Australia and its technical director, Han Berger, have stuck steadfastly to the principal that the quota of foreigners allowed to play Down Under should be cut.
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.
This Thursday the Mariners will face the Phoenix in a catch up match at North Sydney Oval. Those soccer-mad Sydney-siders who followed the NSL in the days before Sydney FC will recall that North Sydney Oval used to be the home of what was one of the archetypal clubs of the current A-League â€“ the Northern Spirit.
Liverpool and Juventus are set to send scouts to watch Melbourne Victory star Marco Rojas this weekend, according to Sky Sports. The 21-year-old forward is the Australian A-League's most exciting talent, and local reports claim Liverpool and Juventus scouts will be in attendance for Melbourne Victory's match against Sydney FC this Saturday.
Alexandro Del Piero scored just over 20 minutes into his Sydney FC debut with this 20 yard free-kick against Emile Heskey's Newcastle Jets, however Heskey was to have the last laugh as his Jets side won 3-2 with the former England man also scoring on his debut.
Image: Mark Kolbe/Getty Images AsiaPac. Forgive him. He's only nine in Kickette Years and knows not what he does. But each and every one of us has a solemn duty to keep him the hell away from fellow fringe freedom fighter Neymar. Pinkie swear?