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Inside Jamie Maclaren's new German club

Inside Jamie Maclaren's new German club

Jamie Maclaren has signed for German club SV Darmstadt 98 from Hyundai A-League side Brisbane Roar. The Caltex Socceroo's new club have had a rollercoaster decade and are coached by a German great.
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SOCCEROOS.COM.AU

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Hyundai A-League season review: Brisbane Roar

Hyundai A-League season review: Brisbane Roar

Agonisingly close to the Grand Final for a second straight season, Brisbane Roar will look back on the 2016/17 campaign with a feeling of 'what might have been'. We review their season and look ahead to the 2017/18 campaign.
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A-LEAGUE.COM.AU

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Brisbane Roar part ways with quartet

Brisbane Roar have confirmed that four players have been released from the club, joining stars Jamie Maclaren, Brandon Borello and Thomas Broich, who left at season's end.
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THEWORLDGAME.SBS.COM.AU

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Confirmed: Maclaren says goodbye to Roar

THE A-League silly season is in full swing with Brisbane Roar the latest club to swing the axe on their squad, while also confirming the game’s worst kept secret over Jamie Maclaren.
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FOXSPORTS.COM.AU

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Jamie Maclaren bids farewell to Brisbane Roar

Jamie Maclaren has taken to Instagram to post an emotional farewell to Brisbane Roar fans, confirming his departure from the club. Reports in recent days suggest Maclaren is wishing to try his luck in Europe as he looks to cement a regular place in the Socceroos line-up, having finished as the A-League’s Golden Boot joint-winner […]
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OUTSIDE90.COM

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Brisbane Roar 2016-17 report card – A case of the travel bug

Brisbane Roar finished this A-League campaign in third place before losing in the semi-final for the second straight year. What went right After another winter of offseason dramas, the Roar were able to field a competent side come October. A year after conceding far too many goals, the returns of Luke DeVere and Michael Theo […]
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OUTSIDE90.COM

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Brisbane Roar Player of the Year Corey Brown credits mentor Thomas Broich

Sydney FC manager Graham Arnold believes the A-League needs to better reward the team that wins the premiership. Sydney's Graham Arnold has already began his search to strengthen his squad, as they look to defend their A-League title next season. Corey Brown, left, was the surprise winner of Brisbane Roar's Gary Wilkins medal on Saturday night. Corey Brown has hailed outgoing Brisbane Roar legend Thomas Broich as "irreplaceable" and one of the key reasons why he took out the A-League club's highest individual award. Brown was the surprise winner of the Gary Wilkins medal on Saturday night after a season in which he cemented himself not only as a key member of Brisbane's back four, but one of the best left-backs...
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ESPNFC.COM.AU

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GALLERY: Brisbane Roar 2016/17 Awards Night

GALLERY: Brisbane Roar 2016/17 Awards Night

Check out these photos from the Brisbane Roar FC 2016/17 Awards Night held at the Sofitel Brisbane last Saturday evening. Congratulations once again to all our award winners and thank you to everyone who attended.
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BRISBANEROAR.COM.AU

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Brisbane Roar or Brisbane City? It’s a conundrum!

Recently I wrote my maiden article about how I have been following Chelsea through thick and thin for almost 40 years, but am I about to become a hypocrite? The Queensland Lions approached me before they had even come up with a name to start a supporters club. I met with Lawrence Oudendyk, Andrew Doak, […]
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THEROAR.COM.AU

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Aloisi extends Brisbane Roar stay

Aloisi extends Brisbane Roar stay

Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi has signed a new three-year deal with the three-time Hyundai A-League Champions, the club confirmed on Saturday night.
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FOOTBALLAUSTRALIA.COM.AU

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BRFC Hall of Fame inductee Thomas Broich

BRFC Hall of Fame inductee Thomas Broich

A touching tribute for our Club Legend #22 Thomas Broich who is the inaugural Brisbane Roar FC Hall of Fame inductee. Congratulations Thomas, words cannot describe the wonderful contribution you have made to BRFC & football in this country!
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BRISBANEROAR.COM.AU

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Brisbane Roar star Jamie Maclaren remains coy on Kaiserslautern links

Jamie Maclaren and Brandon Borrello combined for one last stand as Brisbane Roar fell to a 3-2 defeat against Ulsan Hyundai. Jamie Maclaren and Brandon Borrello combined for one last stand as Brisbane Roar fell to a 3-2 defeat against Ulsan Hyundai. Brisbane Roar goalkeeper Jamie Young made one of the howlers of the ACL less than 10 minutes into the match. Jamie Maclaren has confirmed he will leave Brisbane Roar and may even end up at the same club as departing teammate Brandon Borrello next season. Maclaren and Borrello played their final match for the Roar in Wednesday night's 3-2 AFC Champions League defeat to Ulsan Hyundai. Maclaren netted a brace, with Borrello setting him up for both goals in the first half. The pair are now set for moves to Europe but that does not necessarily spell the end for their attacking partnership, which has been among...
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