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  1. Whatever is going on looks positive. The German & Swiss players appear to have settled well, which can only be good for their football.
  2. Ho hum, we're used to easy wins at Anfield
  3. A-League’s breakout teen Al Hassan Toure handed first Australian call-up SOCCEROOS November 11, 2019 5:42pm by ZAC RAYSON Source: FOX SPORTS Al Hassan Toure opened the scoring in the FFA Cup final for Adelaide United.Source: News Corp Australia Adelaide United’s teen sensation Al Hassan Toure has been called up to Australia’s U-23 squad for a three-match friendly series in China this month. His unbelievable performances for Adelaide United in the FFA Cup and A-League this campaign led to an international tug of war over his services, with the country of his parents – Liberia – looking to fast-track him into their senior international team. Watch the Socceroos play Jordan in a Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifier on KAYO SPORTS. Get your 14 day free trial and start streaming instantly > Toure declares for Australia 0:34 Toure had said he was interested in representing both nations, but this week opted for his adopted country. Australia’s national team coach Graham Arnold opted to take a conservative approach, bringing him into the U23 national team which is preparing for the 2020 AFC U-23 Championship in January – which also decides which three Asian Football Confederation (AFC) teams will compete at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The U-23 squad will face DPR Korea, Lithuania and China in the space of five days this coming fortnight. Playing for the U-23 team would not necessarily stop Toure from instead choosing to represent Liberia in the future at senior international level. But it is certainly an indication that Australia and Graham Arnold are hoping he can continue his meteoric rise and eventually represent the Socceroos. Toure is one of 13 players in the 25-man squad who currently play in the A-League, with other members of the squad playing as far afield as Denmark, Greece, and Croatia. Toure hopes to inspire others 2:18 FULL SQUAD Name / Club, Country Panos ARMENAKAS. Panathinaikos, Greece Keanu BACCUS Western Sydney Wanderers FC, Australia Daniel BOUMAN SC Cambuur, Netherlands Jake BRIMMER Perth Glory FC, Australia Gabriel CLEUR U.S. Alessandria, Italy Thomas DENG Melbourne Victory, Australia Zach DUNCAN AGF Aarhus, Denmark Ben FOLAMI Ipswich Town FC, England Alex GERSBACH AGF Aarhus, Denmark Thomas GLOVER (Gk) Melbourne City FC, Australia Kosta GROZOS Western Sydney Wanderers FC, Australia Jordan HOLMES (Gk) Ebbsfleet Town, England Jacob ITALIANO Borussia Monchengladbach, Germany Anthony KALIK HNK Hajduk Split, Croatia Josh LAWS Fortuna Dusseldorf II, Germany Daniel MARGUSH (Gk) Adelaide United, Australia Connor METCALFE Melbourne City FC, Australia Tass MOURDOUKOUTAS Western Sydney Wanderers FC, Australia Ramy NAJJARINE Melbourne City FC, Australia Connor O’TOOLE Brisbane Roar FC, Australia Nick PENNINGTON Olbia Calcio, Italy Reno PISCOPO Wellington Phoenix FC, New Zealand Dylan RYAN Willem II Tilburg, Netherlands Al Hassan TOURE Adelaide United, Australia Harry VAN DER SAAG Sydney FC, Australia FIXTURE DETAILS Australia U-23 v DPR Korea U-23 Date: Friday, 15 November 2019 Venue: Chongqing City Dazu District Sports Centre Stadium Kick-off: 4.00pm (local); 7.00pm (AEDT) Australia U-23 v Lithuania U-23 Date: Sunday, 17 November 2019 Venue: Chongqing City Dazu District Sports Centre Stadium Kick-off: 4.00pm (local); 7.00pm (AEDT) China U-23 v Australia U-23 Date: Tuesday, 19 November 2019 Venue: Chongqing City Dazu District Sports Centre Stadium Kick-off: 7.30pm (local); 10.30pm (AEDT) *Potential live stream information for matches to be confirmed
  4. A-League’s breakout teen Al Hassan Toure handed first Australian call-up SOCCEROOS November 11, 2019 5:42pm by ZAC RAYSON Source: FOX SPORTS Al Hassan Toure opened the scoring in the FFA Cup final for Adelaide United.Source: News Corp Australia Adelaide United’s teen sensation Al Hassan Toure has been called up to Australia’s U-23 squad for a three-match friendly series in China this month. His unbelievable performances for Adelaide United in the FFA Cup and A-League this campaign led to an international tug of war over his services, with the country of his parents – Liberia – looking to fast-track him into their senior international team. Watch the Socceroos play Jordan in a Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifier on KAYO SPORTS. Get your 14 day free trial and start streaming instantly > Toure declares for Australia 0:34 Toure had said he was interested in representing both nations, but this week opted for his adopted country. Australia’s national team coach Graham Arnold opted to take a conservative approach, bringing him into the U23 national team which is preparing for the 2020 AFC U-23 Championship in January – which also decides which three Asian Football Confederation (AFC) teams will compete at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The U-23 squad will face DPR Korea, Lithuania and China in the space of five days this coming fortnight. Playing for the U-23 team would not necessarily stop Toure from instead choosing to represent Liberia in the future at senior international level. But it is certainly an indication that Australia and Graham Arnold are hoping he can continue his meteoric rise and eventually represent the Socceroos. Toure is one of 13 players in the 25-man squad who currently play in the A-League, with other members of the squad playing as far afield as Denmark, Greece, and Croatia. Toure hopes to inspire others 2:18 FULL SQUAD Name / Club, Country Panos ARMENAKAS. Panathinaikos, Greece Keanu BACCUS Western Sydney Wanderers FC, Australia Daniel BOUMAN SC Cambuur, Netherlands Jake BRIMMER Perth Glory FC, Australia Gabriel CLEUR U.S. Alessandria, Italy Thomas DENG Melbourne Victory, Australia Zach DUNCAN AGF Aarhus, Denmark Ben FOLAMI Ipswich Town FC, England Alex GERSBACH AGF Aarhus, Denmark Thomas GLOVER (Gk) Melbourne City FC, Australia Kosta GROZOS Western Sydney Wanderers FC, Australia Jordan HOLMES (Gk) Ebbsfleet Town, England Jacob ITALIANO Borussia Monchengladbach, Germany Anthony KALIK HNK Hajduk Split, Croatia Josh LAWS Fortuna Dusseldorf II, Germany Daniel MARGUSH (Gk) Adelaide United, Australia Connor METCALFE Melbourne City FC, Australia Tass MOURDOUKOUTAS Western Sydney Wanderers FC, Australia Ramy NAJJARINE Melbourne City FC, Australia Connor O’TOOLE Brisbane Roar FC, Australia Nick PENNINGTON Olbia Calcio, Italy Reno PISCOPO Wellington Phoenix FC, New Zealand Dylan RYAN Willem II Tilburg, Netherlands Al Hassan TOURE Adelaide United, Australia Harry VAN DER SAAG Sydney FC, Australia FIXTURE DETAILS Australia U-23 v DPR Korea U-23 Date: Friday, 15 November 2019 Venue: Chongqing City Dazu District Sports Centre Stadium Kick-off: 4.00pm (local); 7.00pm (AEDT) Australia U-23 v Lithuania U-23 Date: Sunday, 17 November 2019 Venue: Chongqing City Dazu District Sports Centre Stadium Kick-off: 4.00pm (local); 7.00pm (AEDT) China U-23 v Australia U-23 Date: Tuesday, 19 November 2019 Venue: Chongqing City Dazu District Sports Centre Stadium Kick-off: 7.30pm (local); 10.30pm (AEDT) *Potential live stream information for matches to be confirmed
  5. Roar are a pub team. They aim to bring you down to their level
  6. A single camera won't fix the issue. You'd need a camera on each post at the very least
  7. The signs are positive for PS19 Our 5 visa players may share the pitch together at some point tonight. We are good odds to get something from this game. #BetResponsibly
  8. The longer the week goes on, the more likely it is that we may see all 5 visa players start tonight, or at least share the pitch together.
  9. Our front 4 were lethargic & were easily marshalled by the Roar defence Kosta is a talent, he'll show his tekkers as he gets more opportunities. He's missed a lot of football in last 18 months & for the moment, he's best served being used as an impact player off the bench. He almost won us a penalty, which would have been the only way we were likely to score last week. Kosta entered the AL squad about the same time, maybe 6 months behind Keanu. He could have played 20+ games for us by now, had it not been for injuries.
  10. It was Kosta's AL starting debut? I recall plenty of forumites bagging Sullivan after round 1, when the whole squad were poor. The following week he improved significantly, as did the squad & the views being expressed became positive.
  11. When interviewed after the Roar game, Patrick said he wasn't expecting to play any minutes last week. He won't be rushed back in until 100%. Our front 3 were pedestrian last week. You can't expect an inexperienced #10 returning from an injury enforced layoff, to create all the movement & space & be spot on with his passing game, if our attack is static. Muller does add another element to our attack, but, if our front 3 don't create the space for him to work in, he'll struggle to be creative.
  12. Nah, Sokkah before she signed for a commercial TV channel
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