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Kiro Kompiro

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  1. the goals could also be conceded from his side when a foul is committed by him or someone covering for him. He lacks the touch, the passing range, the positional awareness of the other defenders Jamo, you are the weakest link...
  2. Jamieson is the weakest link. He exposes Delbridge time and and time again because Delbridge has to cover for him. Didn't Delbridge get the yellow making up for Jamieson losing it? And when Yeboah skinned Delbridge he came from Jamiesons side. Every club attacks Jamieson because they know he's the weakest of the back four. I like the way our CB's are working together. Delbridge in particular is a tower of strength in the air. Both he and Goode also have been driving through the middle and starting some of our most promising moves.
  3. Love the way Mobaerts has them playing. maclaren is so hot right now.
  4. Metcalf reminds me so much of Nemanja Matic. The key thing that EM has added is the one touch play all over the park. That second touch is what kills momentum. No other team in the A-League is doing the oen-touch as well. Great to watch.
  5. What you are seeing on the pitch now is everything Heart promised to be but didn't deliver. Well Er
  6. A young defender with huge potential seeing his career hit a speed hump known as Warren Joyce.
  7. Confusing isn't it? The selections, the omissions. Not really. This club exists primarily to identify, target and sign up the best Australian youth under the CFG unbrella. ACL is nice but not essential. So if you want this club to continue, keep hoping more kids find their way to CFG, because that's why it exists. Me. I'm meh. Heart beat the care factor out of me, so i just take a passive interest. The A-League as whole is on life-support anyway. No-one wants to admit it yet
  8. This wave is completely different. The 50's 60's 70's an 80's were escaping war, poverty and to start a new life. The Indians and Chinese we have migrating here are middle class and are not interested in assimilation now, or later. Ask the Fijians what happened to their Islands after the Indians moved in. They didn;t become Fijian, btw. As far as the Middle East migrants.. I don't even want to go there. Its not even up for debate.
  9. hardly. its about getting in to the most prestigious course in the most prestigious university. Melbourne Uni's student demographic is unrecognizable from when I was there in the 90's. It might as well be a uni in some capital of Asia. @heartfC I agree with you. The claim that all immigration periods are the same because all immigrants turn out the same in the end is absolute rubbish. The current wave has no interest in assimilating. I work in an area with a large Indian population. I've lost count the number of times I've heard them say " I'm Going home, to India for a few weeks". These are young 30 somethings with kids. Australia is just a place to get better income. Its not "home".
  10. What about the arm on Bruno's shoulder/upper arm before the push? Defenders pull this shit all the time. Without VAR he would have been happy enough with a free outside the box. Bur with the VAR it became a penalty.
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