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About sydneybluenose

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    I live too far away to attend many matches.
  1. it was only 5-3 for athens....sorry to be picky
  2. Rangers in Sydney

    Works for me. It seems a logical meeting place, although equally, I suspect most other clubs will choose to meet there! What would actually be very cool is if we met at a pub near Central for one of the matches and made the walk to the ground together. It will be just like the old days! (tu) a pub crawl from central sounds great
  3. Rangers in Sydney

    Sunday 25 July: Game 1 at 12:45pm – Sydney FC v AEK Athens FC Game 2 at 3pm – Blackburn Rovers v Glasgow Rangers Wednesday 28 July: Game 3 at 6pm – AEK Athens FC v Blackburn Rovers Game 4 at 8:15pm – Sydney FC v Glasgow Rangers Saturday 31 July: Game 5 at 5pm – AEK Athens FC v Glasgow Rangers Game 6 at 7:15pm – Sydney FC v Blackburn Rovers And the good news doesn’t stop there - with tickets starting at just $29. Each ticket is valid for both games on that specific day and are available from Ticketek.
  4. Rangers in Sydney

    Sydney FC to host three European teams in pre-season tournament June 04, 2010 A-League champions Sydney FC will host European clubs Blackburn, Rangers and AEK Athens in a four-team pre-season tournament next month. Dubbed the "Sydney Festival of Football", Sydney plan to make the competition an annual event with the hope of attracting different overseas clubs each year. This year's tournament will involve six matches played as three double headers, with Sydney FC to face Greek side AEK Athens in the opener at the Sydney Football Stadium on July 25. Matches will also be played on July 28 and 31. The tournament's points structure will be different, with teams awarded a competition point for each goal scored, as well as three for a win and one for a draw. Football Federation Australia chief executive Ben Buckley said the tournament would be useful in boosting Australia's bid for the 2018 or 2022 World Cup with several FIFA delegates due to be in the country during the tournament. English Premier League side Blackburn is home of Socceroos stars Vince Grella and Brett Emerton, while Rangers are the reigning Scottish Premier League champions. Sydney will also face Premier League side Everton in a friendly on July 10 as part of a strong pre-season program. AAP
  5. Tom English knows his fellow scum fans well

    I can't believe I just read that, just for one minute imagine it was the other way around and we were threatening action like this (would never happen I know) imagine what would be said? We would be getting hounded, but when they act like fucking animals it is a case of "oh don't take the bait" What fucking bait!!! There is no bait! Just fucking keep your mouth shut for one minute, don't clap Simon Weston if you don't want but don't boo him for fuck sake. God I hate them. well said mate...how hard can it be