A-League 2019/20- Round 4 My Preview

A-League 2019/20- Round 4 My Preview

The opening 3 Rounds of the A-League were entertaining due to the fact that there weren’t any one-sided games from a scoreboard perspective with no game having a margin of more than 1 goal, which is quite a remarkable stat. The A-League has a chance to have bigger attendances and viewership, given as it stands it’s a closely fought competition with little separating the best team from the worst. There are 5 good games on paper in Round 4, that have the potential to show what an incredible sport that football is.

Team with Round 4 Bye: Adelaide United

My Choice of a definite winner for this Round: Wellington Phoenix Continue reading “A-League 2019/20- Round 4 My Preview”

A-League 2019-20 Round 3 My Team of the Week and Votes

Completion of 2019/20- Round 3- Team of the Weekend


Starting 11:

Filip Kurto (Goal Keeper- Western United)- Kept his team in the game.
Adama Traore (Left Back- Melbourne Victory)- Worked tirelessly.
Michael Jakobsen (Left Sided Centre Back- Adelaide United)- Was the difference between the 2 teams.
James Donachie (Right Sided Centre Back- Melbourne Victory)- Put in a solid display.
Daniel Georgevski (Right Back- Western Sydney Wanderers)- A typical Daniel Georgevski performance.
Neil Kilkenny (Left Sided Central Midfielder- Perth Glory)- Didn’t stop working.
Riley Mcgree (Attacking Midfielder- Adelaide United)- Played well when the game was on the line.
Josh Brillante (Right Sided Central Midfielder- Melbourne City)- Played a great game.
Jamie Maclaren (Left Sided Striker- Melbourne City)- Is destined to play for Manchester City; scored 2 outstanding goals that were instinctive and effortless.
Bruno Fornaroli (Central Striker- Perth Glory)- Finished with a goal and a clever assist.
Ola Toivonen (Right Sided Striker- Melbourne Victory)- Plays a pivotal role leading from the front. Continue reading “A-League 2019-20 Round 3 My Team of the Week and Votes”

A-League 2019/20- Round 3 My Preview

A-League 2019/20- Round 3 My Preview

The opening 2 Rounds of the A-League were interesting as there weren’t any one sided games; there was a total of 4 draws from 10 games, with the other 6 games having a margin separating the 2 teams of just 1 goal. The A-League has an opportunity to grow dramatically from a popularity perspective as it has plenty of potential, given that it’s an even competition. Hopefully, Round 3 can showcase football in Australia as there are 5 intriguing games!

Team with Round 3 Bye: Central Coast Mariners

My Choice of a definite winner for this Round: Sydney FC Continue reading “A-League 2019/20- Round 3 My Preview”

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