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Do You Play the Possession Game? OMA V AUS

The possession game is the foundation of great teams. Look no further than Barcelona FC and their famous undefeated La Liga season of 2009-10. In that season Barcelona pranced through the season averaging 68% possession per match. 428 more words

Strategic Planning

Report: Arnold Peralta linked to teams in Spain, England & MLS

Legionarios Honduras is reporting that disgruntled Rangers midfielder has numerous suitors for his services.  There are supposedly multiple teams from Liga BBVA, Spain’s top league, along with offers from a club in… 175 more words


Season Preview: Midfielders

Last week we took a look at the 10 teams in the competition ahead of round 1 this weekend, this week we’ll take a more in depth look at the Brisbane squad and see where they sit going into the 10th season; continuing today with the midfielders. 1,476 more words

Brisbane Roar

World Cup Ratings: Matt McKay vs. Spain

Expectations were pretty low for Australia coming into the World Cup & outside of some inspirational moments against the Netherlands their 2014 World Cup will largely be forgettable.   230 more words


World Cup Ratings: Matt McKay vs. the Netherlands

Many had forgotten that Australia had a former Rangers player in their squad – especially since Tony Vidmar has long since retired.  Midfielder Matt McKay only played in three matches for Rangers in 2011-12 & was among the very first to leave after administration.   452 more words


Brazil's World Cup countdown hits discordant note

In a game of word association, Brazil conjures many possibilities. Football. Carnival. Party. Colour. Movement.

And, of course, music. Brazilian drums and samba beats that get those hips swinging as only Latino hips can. 535 more words

Sepp Blatter

Postecoglou names first Socceroos squad

New Socceroos manager Ange Postecoglou has named his very first Australian squad, one that will play Costa Rica in Sydney on November 19. It includes a few surprises, as some of the old guard like rightback Luke Wilkshire and attacking midfielder Brett Holman have been left out, while Lucas Neill retains his spot in the team, however he may not be captain. 344 more words