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Thread: 2010-2011 A-League Season

  1. #11
    Am I right to say this? I mean Fowler is proving to be very disappointing career after his early career...I mean the 2 clubs he joined in the A-league, both near the bottom of the league

  2. #12
    Scooped on the Victory v Adelaide game on Friday night. Had over 2.5 goals and Victory to win. Turned it off at halftime for a drunken Wii tournament with my mate and came back to see Victory had scored the winner and the 3rd goal all in one.

    The Victory are coming!

  3. #13
    Latest Results

    Wed 17/11/10
    Newcastle Jets 1 - 1 Brisbane Roar
    Thu 18/11/10
    Melbourne Victory 2 - 2 Central Coast …
    Fri 19/11/10
    Melbourne Heart 0 - 2 Adelaide United
    Sat 20/11/10
    Newcastle Jets 1 - 0 Wellington Phoenix
    Brisbane Roar 1 - 1 North Queensla…
    Sun 21/11/10
    Sydney 2 - 0 Perth Glory
    Central Coast … 2 - 3 Gold Coast United
    Wed 24/11/10
    Wellington Phoenix 06 : 00 Melbourne Heart
    Newcastle Jets 08 : 00 Central Coast …
    Brisbane Roar 10 : 00 Perth Glory

    Table

    1.Brisbane Roar 17 9 7 1 27 12 +15 34 DDWWW
    2.Adelaide United 16 9 4 3 26 18 +8 31 WLWLL
    3.Gold Coast United 14 7 6 1 18 10 +8 27 WWWWD
    4.Central Coast … 14 7 4 3 22 13 +9 25 LDWWW
    5.Melbourne Heart 16 5 5 6 18 22 -4 20 LLWDW
    6.Melbourne Victory 16 4 6 6 19 20 -1 18 DLLWL
    7.Newcastle Jets 14 3 6 5 10 11 -1 15 WDWLL
    8.Wellington Phoenix 15 4 3 8 16 26 -10 15 LLWLL
    9.Perth Glory 17 4 3 10 15 29 -14 15 LWLLD
    10.Sydney 15 3 5 7 18 23 -5 14 WLWDW
    11.North Queensla… 14 2 5 7 19 24 -5 11 DLLLW

    I hear Robbie Fowler scored a hat-trick for Perth Glory recently?

  4. #14
    Current table

    1.Brisbane Roar 27 15 11 1 50 24 +26 56 W D D W D
    2.Central Coast … 26 13 8 5 43 28 +15 47 D W W D W
    3.Adelaide United 26 14 4 8 48 32 +16 46 W W L W L
    4.Gold Coast United 25 11 9 5 37 22 +15 42 W D W L D
    5.Melbourne Victory 27 9 10 8 40 37 +3 37 W D D L L
    6.Melbourne Heart 27 8 9 10 28 37 -9 33 D D D W W
    7.Wellington Phoenix 26 9 5 12 34 38 -4 32 L W L W D
    8.Newcastle Jets 25 8 7 10 24 28 -4 31 L L W W L
    9.Sydney 26 6 8 12 28 37 -9 26 D D W W L
    10.Perth Glory 27 5 8 14 26 46 -20 23 L L D D D
    11.North Queensla… 28 4 7 17 26 55 -29 19 L L L L L

    Next fixtures

    Sat 29/01/11
    Brisbane Roar 06 : 30 Melbourne Heart
    Adelaide United 08 : 30 Central Coast …
    Perth Glory 10 : 45 Sydney

    Sun 30/01/11
    Wellington Phoenix 04 : 00 Newcastle Jets
    Melbourne Victory 06 : 00 Gold Coast United

    Brisbane roar still lead the table and are 9 points ahead of 2nd placed Central coast.

    S.Van Dijk of Adelaide is the current top scorer with 16 A league goals.

    Back on Jan 21st Adelaide thrashed bottom of the table North Queensland 8-1!

    If you support an A League team and would like to comment on their results why not consider joining our forum....

    Whats the format now Boris? - How many league games left until the end of the regular season?

  5. #15
    Regular Season - Final table


    1.Brisbane Roar 30 18 11 1 58 26 +32 65 W W W W D
    2.Central Coast … 30 16 9 5 50 31 +19 57 W W D W D
    3.Adelaide United 30 15 5 10 51 36 +15 50 W L D L W
    4.Gold Coast United 30 12 10 8 40 32 +8 46 L L W D L
    5.Melbourne Victory 30 11 10 9 45 39 +6 43 L W W W D
    6.Wellington Phoenix 30 12 5 13 39 41 -2 41 W L W W L
    7.Newcastle Jets 30 9 8 13 29 33 -4 35 L W D L L
    8.Melbourne Heart 30 8 11 11 32 42 -10 35 D D L D D
    9.Sydney 30 8 10 12 35 40 -5 34 D W D W D
    10.Perth Glory 30 5 8 17 27 54 -27 23 L L L L L
    11.North Queensla… 30 4 7 19 28 60 -32 19 L L L L L

    Grand Final

    Sun 13/03/11 - Brisbane Roar 2 - 2 Central Coast … (B.Roar won 4-2 on penalties after extra time)

  6. #16
    Sun, 13 Mar 09:53:00 2011

    Brisbane Roar scored twice in the final three minutes of extra-time before overcoming the Central Coast Mariners 4-2 in a penalty shootout to win their first A-League title on Sunday.

    The triumph provided a timely boost for the cash-strapped side, who are looking for new investors after the directors relinquished their license on Tuesday.

    Brisbane, who finished top of the standings in the regular season, looked like having their 27-match unbeaten streak ended when they trailed the Mariners 2-0 with three minutes of extra time remaining after a scoreless 90 minutes.

    The Mariners, led by man-of-the-match Matthew Ryan in goal, defended for long periods as Brisbane dominated possession but they took a surprise two-goal lead thanks to Adam Kwasnik and Oliver Bozanic in the first period of extra time.

    However, Brazilian forward Henrique pulled one back for the Roar and then Erik Paartalu headed in a corner just before the final whistle to force a shootout.

    "To be honest, I gave up hope and I thought it was one of those days," Paartalu told Fox Sports.

    "Full credit to these boys for coming back at the death. We dominated for most of the first part of the game and you have to give credit to Central Coast, they took their chances which we didn't."

    Roar goalkeeper Michael Theoklitos then saved Danny McBreen and Pedj Bojic's spotkicks, allowing Henrique to stroke home the winning kick to thrill the majority of the club-record 50,168 crowd at Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium.
    Eurosport
    Congrats to Brisbane Roar for winning their first A League title!

    Any comments?

  7. #17
    Dont really follow it, but glad they won Makes good news from the flood they suffered not that long ago....

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