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  1. Well done mate! Seems like Hertha are quickly becoming your hoodoo club!
  2. Best of luck, I recently did a Perth Glory save (which I hope to get back to soon), and won the toilet seat in the first year. Good luck and make sure you give the youth a run, you'll thank me later with all the fixture congestion!
  3. Elimination Final Perth Glory 3 - 0 Sydney FC (Fornaroli '8, '17, Stynes '50) @ hbf Park Ikonomdis and Lachman would be missing due to international commitments, but Sydney would be going in light too. Stynes and Spiranovic jump into the team in their place. With just eight minutes on the clock, Bruno Fornaroli would score lucky number 13 for the season after some passing possession play saw Gio Colli free outside the box who threaded a ball for the Uruguayan to tuck away and give the home side the lead. The Sky Blues would respond minutes later through Caceras who broke the offside tra
  4. Sydney FC 2 - 2 Perth Glory (Fornaroli '3 Aspro '63) @ Jubilee Stadium The Glory come into this match in a rare spot of hope, comfortably in fourth spot. Aspro comes into the side to replace Dane Ingham who's injured. Three minutes in and Lachman found himself on the right wing, his seeking ball finding Sullivan who cut the ball accross for Fornaroli who opened the scoring. It would take only ten minutes for Sydney to equalise however, with Windass finding Rhyan Grant in the box who powered his shot low past Reddy. And two minutes later, Luke Brattan found Windass again who scored his fir
  5. Perth Glory 3 - 6 Western United (Castro '10, '63 Fornaroli '60) @ hbf Park A bumper crowd made their way to hbf Park at the start of the month to see the Glory look to extend their unbeaten streak against a Western United side down on their luck. The green and black also had a new man on the touchline with Jean-Paul De Marigny. Spiranovic would take the spot of Langkamp who also copped a suspension while Ota returned to the lineup, taking up the hole that Malik left. Ten minutes in and the Glory were back in front, Kesuke Ota managed to break the offside trap, cutting an inside ball to D
  6. Brisbane Roar 0 - 2 Perth Glory (Fornaroli '24, Ikonomidis '26) @ Dolphin Stadium The Glory had it all to play for as they looked to notch back to back wins for the first time despite their attrocious away record. There's always a bone to pick between these two sides and the fire was there from the off as the Glory took the ascendency early on. And eventually the league leaders would cave to the pressure as Ota found his way into space on the left hand side, curling a ball to Fornaroli who unleashed Sullivan into the box. Sullivan would offload to Ikonomidis who found who else but Fornar
  7. Perth Glory 1 - 0 Sydney FC (Ingham '44) @ hbf Park The first back to back clash at hbf Park for the year, against the fourth place Sydney FC. And we could really establish ourselves as finals contenders if we can somehow manage to put a performance together. The first third of the match was a real tight matchup, with the home side perhaps having the upper hand, dominating possession and having the best chance of the first half through Bruno Fornaroli. Ikonomidis attempted the spectacular on 35 minutes, his bicycle kick skimming the bar after a curler from Diego Castro. And finally the Gl
  8. Being Australian gives me an advantage I guess haha.
  9. Macarthur FC 2 - 3 Perth Glory (Jovanic OG '73, Fornaroli '82, Colli '86) @ Campbelltown Stadium That's not a typo. We're up against Macarthur FC for the second time in three matches, albeit at their home ground. They've been flying high with two straight wins and Derbyshire having plundered 3 goals in both games including the goal that sunk us at home. And it wouldn't take the home side long to open their account with Tommy Oar winning an early corner, finding the head of Loic Puyo who powered his header past Liam Reddy. It would be double trouble for us as Dane Ingham lost the ball to M
  10. Perth Glory 0 - 1 Macarthur FC @ hbf Park I'm absolutely gutted with this result. 12 shots on target to 4 and a sole counter-attack led by Lachlan Rose and converted by Matt Derbyshire sees us lose our first match at home. Our xG was even 2.68 to their 0.49. Castro had arguably the best chance of the match running down the field and and firing a shot that rocketed off the crossbar. Most Glorious Player votes: 3 Castro, 2 Wilson, 1 Ikonomidis Adelaide United 0 - 0 Perth Glory @ Coopers Stadium The opening first half was a bit of a dull affair, with both sides having four shot
  11. This is the side that will face off in our first game (in five days!) against Macarthur FC. Liam Reddy is my first choice goalkeeper while Ota, Langkamp and Lachman make up the majority of an international back four. Neil Kilkenny and Brandon Wilson will sit deep in my 4-2-3-1 formation that should provide ample support for the defence whilst also proving to create chances for the attacking wide duo of Diego Castro and Chris Ikonomidis. Daniel Stynes supports our marquee man, Bruno Fornaroli. On the bench is a bevy of riches in attacking talent with Irishman Andy Keogh, youngster Gio Colli, Ni
  12. Quest for the Toilet Seat Short Term Aim: To win the coveted A-League Championship (aka the Toilet Seat) - by winning the final series at the end of a season. Stretch Goals: Asian Champions League, Club World Cup, International Management, World Cup. Leagues Loaded: Australia, India, China PR, Singapore, Indonesia, South Korea, England. Options Set: No first transfer window transfers (for realism). The Club Perth Glory Football Club est. 1996 To give you a brief history, before the A-League started in 2005, Perth Glory were the reigning champion
  13. Rutherglen Glencairn Football Club To be honest, I'm starting this career because the wife was born in Rutherglen, and I was curious to see if they had a local club. Turns out they did and it was one of the oldest clubs in Scotland! They've only just been promoted for the second time in their history to the sixth tier of football in the country. "Clyde Football Club used to play in the area before moving to the former new town of Cumbernauld. The immediate area could be considered the cradle of Scottish football, with Hampden Park, the national stadium and home to Scotland's oldest
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