Adelaide United News

2y

Seven uncapped players named in surprising Socceroos sqaud

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has named seven uncapped players for this month's two crucial FIFA World Cup qualifiers including Sydney FC's Danny Vukovic and Rhyan Grant with little known Adelaide United teen Riley McGree the biggest surprise.
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THEWORLDGAME.SBS.COM.AU

2y

Selection shock as Adelaide United youngster included in Socceroos squad

Ange Postecoglou has included a number of shock selections in his 30-man squad ahead of this month’s World Cup qualifiers against Iraq and the United Arab Emirates, with Adelaide United’s Riley McGree the biggest surprise. The squad includes seven uncapped players, while a number of regulars have been included following their absence from the draw […]
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OUTSIDE90.COM

2y

Ange’s biggest bolter yet in shock 30-man squad

SOCCEROOS boss Ange Postecoglou has sprung the biggest selection shock of his tenure as Australia boss, choosing 18-year-old Adelaide United midfielder Riley McGree in a provisional 30-man squad to face Iraq and United Arab Emirates in pivotal World Cup qualifiers this month.
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FOXSPORTS.COM.AU

2y

John Aloisi: No contact from Adelaide United

Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi has denied he is set to assume the hot seat at hometown club Adelaide United next season. Both John and Ross Aloisi, who are a head/assistant manager duo at Brisbane, are Adelaide natives and were linked with a big money move to the Reds by SBS The World Game. Adelaide […]
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OUTSIDE90.COM

2y

John Aloisi dismisses Adelaide United link as 'total rubbish'

An early red card ensured that the Newcastle Jets couldn't keep up with the Brisbane Roar. An early red card ensured that the Newcastle Jets couldn't keep up with the Brisbane Roar. John Aloisi has rubbished a report claiming he was considering a $500,000-move to Adelaide next season. The Brisbane Roar coach angrily denied a report from SBS which claims his "mind may have been swayed" to replace Guillermo Amor at Adelaide by the offer. "I'm really upset in having to even comment on someone ... this is the fifth time he's written a story that just is untrue," Aloisi said after their 3-1 win over 10-man Newcastle. "It's total rubbish, the day before a game. It's not the first...
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ESPNFC.COM.AU

2y

Adelaide deny Aloisi interest

Adelaide United chairman Greg Griffin has dismissed as “completely untrue” a report claiming the Reds are targeting Brisbane coach John Aloisi with an offer in the region of half a million dollars.
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THEAUSTRALIAN.COM.AU

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Adelaide United hits out at 'incredibly rude and inappropriate' Aloisi rumours

Adelaide's title defence is all but over, while Western Sydney are yet to claim a win at Spotless Stadium after a 0-0 draw. Adelaide United chairman Greg Griffin has dismissed as "completely untrue" a report claiming the Reds are targeting Brisbane coach John Aloisi with an offer in the region of half a million dollars. Aloisi and his brother, assistant coach Ross, have been linked to a move south as speculation intensifies about the future of Reds coach Guillermo Amor, whose defending champions are edging ever closer to the A-League's wooden spoon. Off-contract Aloisi has been quick to hose down recent rumours, in January...
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ESPNFC.COM.AU

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Western Sydney Wanderers frustrated in draw vs. Adelaide United

Western Sydney Wanderers Adelaide United 0 0 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats It was a new night but same old struggles for Western Sydney, whose A-League finals ambitions are no healthier after they were held to a goalless draw by lowly Adelaide. A contentious disallowed goal denied the Wanderers a win they so sorely craved after Tuesday night's 5-1 Asian Champions League loss to Shanghai SIPG, and leaves their top-six spot at risk of being snatched away by Newcastle. Despite dominating all key statistics, the Wanderers were resigned to yet another frustrating night at...
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