Sydney\’s announcement of ex-Victory and Avondale attacker Elvis Kamsoba has caught absolutely everybody by surprise, including me. For all A-League viewers, Kamsoba was a bit of a running joke. A running joke in our most hated rivals who finished dead last in the 2020/21 A-League season. When he was released by Victory at the end… Continue reading Elvis →
As the 2010s come to a close, and as Sydney FC celebrate their 15th A-League season I thought it\’d be a cracking time to look back on the last 10 years and pick some of the moments of the decade. Everything that happened from January 1st 2010 until December 31st 2019. During that period of… Continue reading Moments of the Decade – Zero To Hero →
I recently came back from a lovely weekend in Perth to see friends and follow Sydney FC, watching them in a fairly enjoyable 3-1 win. Unfortunately for most fans, it was marred by the usage of video assistant referee which took up a majority of the conversation post game. For me, however, what stuck in… Continue reading Australian Football and Homophobia →
On an overcast day in Sydney, it still shone Sky Blue as both the W-League and A-League sides triumphed over Melbourne Victory in two tough Big Blues. W-LEAGUE Sydney opened their season with a fairly comprehensive 3-0 win over last year\’s premiers Melbourne Victory. Remy Siemsen scored the opener in the fourth minute, after Caitlin… Continue reading Double Big Blue Review →
Sydney escaped with all three points against a resolute and spirited Wellington Phoenix side. The Sky Blues started the match very strongly, with the majority of possession in the final third, passing the ball around with ease. Some really nice football to watch there for 15 minutes. Brandon O\’Neill got Sydney an opening goal after… Continue reading Match Review: Sydney FC 2-1 Wellington Phoenix (A-League) →
Andrew Redmayne for a long time in his A-League career was deemed not good enough by large sections of Australian football. A second fiddle for the absolutely majority of his career – often to some of the best keepers the league has seen. Photo from @jamcas50 He struggled for game time at his hometown club… Continue reading The Redders Dead Redemption →
Heading into Sydney\’s first competitive hit-out of the 2019/20 season, let\’s take a look into this Sydney side, their preseason so far and how it carries into Wednesday\’s clash. Sydney have had a busy off-season, with a multitude of announcements in regards to the playing squad and coaching staff. Departures of Joshua Brillante, Aaron Calver,… Continue reading Match Preview: Sydney FC vs Brisbane (FFA Cup) →
Sydney FC have been quite active over the last month or so, with several key player announcements – both in and out. Let\’s take a closer look at this, and some of the other goings-on at the club. INS: Kosta Barbarouses (3-year deal) Alexander Baumjohann (2-year deal) Ryan McGowan (2-year deal) Anthony Caceres (2-year deal)… Continue reading Sydney Winter Round-Up →
So, Australia is out of the World Cup after losing on penalties to Norway in the second round. This has been an interesting tournament to watch for Matildas supporters, with some stunning highs, and now agonisingly deep lows. I\’ve been pretty critical of Australian football for how we seem to approach international tournaments, and particularly… Continue reading Matildas, Heroic Failure, and Progress →
I\’ve recently come back from a week long trip back to my ancestral homeland England, and managed to sneak in two Fulham games in that period. Already relegated, but wasn\’t ever going to stop me from going to see my familial club. My Dad\’s been a Fulham supporter pretty much lifelong, having inherited it from… Continue reading Accessibility & Supporter Culture →
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