A-League Round Three Review

Round 3 Review (Hyundai A-League)

A tantalising third round of football. Every game had an attacking flavour. Every coach endeavoured to play attacking football. Even the Phoenix who failed to score played an attacking style of play. The tempo was high and the football would be acceptable in any league in the world. The icing on the cake was the Sydney derby with the football being played end to end. Continue reading “A-League Round Three Review”

A-League Round Three Votes and Team of the Week

Reds v Victory My Votes

3-Johan Absalonsen (Reds)

2-Vince Lia (Reds)

1-Ben Garuccio (Reds)

City v Phoenix My Votes

3- Iacapo La Rocca (City)

2- Matthew Ridenton (Phhoenix)

1- Michael Mcglinchey (Phoenix)

Sky Blues v Wanderers My Votes

3- Kearyn Baccus (Wanderers)

2- Robert Cornthwaite (Wanderers)

1-Josh Brilliante (Sky Blues)

Roar v Jets My Votes

3- Ivan Vujica (Jets)

2- Dimitri Petratos (Jets)

1- Ben Kantarovski (Jets)

Glory v Mariners My Votes

3-Connor Pain (Mariners)

2-Adam Taggart (Glory)

1-Anthony Golec (Mariners)  Continue reading “A-League Round Three Votes and Team of the Week”

A-League Round Three Preview

Round Three Preview (Hyundai A-League)

The A-League has started with attacking football being played. In Round two all ten teams managed to score at least one goal. All five games this week are intriguing. The Round kicks off with the Reds against the Victory, which has proved to be an interesting rivalry over the years. The highlight of the week should be the Sydney derby. Hopefully there is another Round full of goals so the A-League can grow and the game is attractive to the neutrals. Continue reading “A-League Round Three Preview”