Another Sydney FC trophy slips through Bledsoe’s hands

When watching the semi finals last week, I was so confident that Melbourne City would be champions that I put my dignity a little bit on the line. I think the exact promise may have been to eat my hat if City didn’t win. The hat hidden in my cupboard from the City W League… Continue reading Another Sydney FC trophy slips through Bledsoe’s hands

Sydney FC off to the Big Dance after triumph in the Big Blue

It’s the Dub semi-finals time and the Victory were hosting Sydney FC at Epping Stadium, looking to repeat their 3-1 win against the Sky Blues from the last game of the regular season and book their third Grand Final spot. The visitors however, are no strangers to playing finals football having played six grand finals… Continue reading Sydney FC off to the Big Dance after triumph in the Big Blue

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Wanderers make history with a Staab in Glory’s heart

I am going to start off with quoting Ann Odong’s tweet, with some information on the Western Sydney Wanderers Womens team and our stats for Finals football. 8 seasons 96 games 2627 days 8640+ match minutes And after all this hard work, up’s and downs, last minute goals ‘won’, last minute goals ‘conceded’, injuries, close… Continue reading Wanderers make history with a Staab in Glory’s heart

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Melbourne Victory make it a Longo night on the park for the Jets

Victory only went and scored SEVEN goals to bounce back in a big way from their derby loss as both Casey Dumont and Amy Jackson celebrated 100 DUB games each.  So yeah, Melbourne Victory strolled out onto the pitch, scored seven goals, dominated the game and moved up to third on the table. To say… Continue reading Melbourne Victory make it a Longo night on the park for the Jets

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