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  1. Jeepers, I remember watching the Power games, you're not wrong it was a ghost town. You could hear every word said by players, refs and coaches 😦
  2. I'm trying to be optimistic, but the Parra light rail route is a joke, looks to be going where the future rezonings will make the gov cronies even richer, rather than where the population needs it to go. I don't even want to think about the route of the Northwest metro as it triggers my nervous twitch, even before I picture the delays at Chatswood station when the Northwest shuttle service comes online. 😧
  3. And in this case he is right. If the current Gov can't wait for the electorate to decide next month - then they roll the dice and if they get booted the SCG trust goes cup in hand for a loan to rebuild it.
  4. Hi Manfred, please ask if the police bus will also be making a return from day one... as this was major turn-off for many fans.
  5. Don't understand what they are West of? The 'Western' needs to be anchored off something or somewhere, otherwise I'm thinking of John Wayne movies rather that football.
  6. Didn't they say that their catchment includes Southern Districts, Bankstown and Ctown juniors?
  7. If the decision is to hold off a year, then I reckon the bids that have already been culled should also have more time to improve their chances and try again. Personally I love to see expansion into areas without a-league now - so for me that's Wollongong, Canberra and then Tassie, then look to 2nd Qld, and maybe another in WA before adding to Sydney and Melbourne.
  8. Needs a bit of no more gaps and couple good coats of paint😧
  9. Agree, the transition will not be perfect, but I'd take any of the 270000 seats available at WSS over the best on offer at either Spotless or ANZ.
  10. 2018 SAP players wanted Granville Rage Football Club is seeking under 9-10-11-12 boys and girls for the FNSW Skills Acquisition Program (SAP) to train under our professional coaches led by Gus Cerro. Trial dates extended throughout April. We are currently inviting ambitious boys and girls playing U9 to U12 to attend trials for places in our SAP program. Our mission is to lay down a foundation of football development that supports children to reach for the stars, Granville Rage junior pathway is, a philosophy, a vision and a mission to provide a holistic environment that provides support for the individual to grow and learn. We aim to make a positive impact in our community by giving children the character tools required to empower them in order to function in society and thrive through health, fitness and social parameters. Our club strives to create a friendly open family environment for all our participants and their extended family. SAP trial dates: Monday and Wednesday during March and April Time: 6:15pm for 6:30 start 8pm finish Location: Ray Marshall Reserve, Erie street, South Granville Contacts: Vic Zappia Mobile: 0418 234 768 Email: juniors@granvillerage.com.au Gus Cerro (Technical Director) Email: td@granvillerage.com.au www.granvillerage.com.au
  11. Hey Toqui, not sure who could fill Popa's shoes, but as far as footers goes you win the prize for most philosophical with "We are what our thoughts have made us; so take care about what you think. Words are secondary. Thoughts live; they travel far." That's golden!
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    Nicolas Martinez

    As an eternal optimist, this is best news of 2017. We should give him the $$$ he deserves and build the team around him
  13. Has anyone provided WSS plans that include the proposed work at Parra Leagues?
  14. They've had a rainbow flag in The Cove every Mardi Gras week for years. But yes, I'm sure they are capitalising. I'll get slaughtered for this one but it's a good idea our club should have thought of it Well that's fine, however, another good idea for banners/flags. The homeless, those incarcerated on various Islands to our north, those young people trying to buy their first home, those women who are regularly bashed and whose safe homes are being closed down. These issues are predominant in Western Sydney, so, RBB there you go just for starters Don't forget that according to some, our game is for 'Sheila's, Wogs and Poofters'...
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