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: Terrible start for the Krushers
SozStarsUtd 3 Krushers 1 | On a drama night, the Queensland Krushers haven't managed more than one away goal in their first league match. Referee Wilson Rena played a doubtful role, giving the home side two dubious penalties.
It certainly wasn't the start the Krushers were hoping for. After only 9 minutes Raïf Dakdouk stepped up to fire a free-kick into the Queensland net, given for a foul only referee Wilson Rena had seen. After the Krushers equalised in the second half (Evan Douglas 62'), Rena pointed to the penalty spot twice and Rick Wululu scored for United.
"I have never experienced anything like this. A referee that influenced proceedings like this, it's probably better to shut my mouth...", an angered manager Alessandro Bonasio said in front of the camera's. "We'll have to move on and focus on our next match."
Attendance: 6,911 | Full Match Report (432426108)
: Juve Coast it South to Victory!
Juventic started the new campaign in style, cruising to a comfortable win over a disappointing South Coast Kings. Manager Davo37 was satisfied with the performance, and the victory. "It was important to win this game, since we're up against the leagues two most formidable opponents in the coming weeks. I thought today's game would have been closer, but my youngsters did themselves proud; and proved me wrong. We're still a few seasons away from being strong enough to win this league; but mark my words - we will!".
Resourceful German-Australian entrepreneurs considered it extraordinarily promising to incorporate a cross-country football academy aspiring to the stars - which is, doubtlessly, the Pacific Premier. The little seed capital available will completely be spent on hungry players wishing to demonstrate their abilities on the pitch.
"Apart from a glorious promotion we also want to exercise fair play and collect friends of our micro-multinational universe", Joeli Charles, United's No 10 told the reporters.
Located in the west of Queensland's metropolis Brisbane, United have come across the best conditions to initiate league operations. Considerable growth of the leading fan club "Ithaca Fools" proves that their instinct was right.
Looking forward to the first season of Ithaca football - United here we go!
Brisbane City Dolphins
: Johan Mareel Out for Season Opener
Brisbane City Dolphins today announce the unfortunate news that 23 year old Belgian midfielder Johan Mareel will miss the opening round of the upcoming IV.28 Season.
The rumour is that frequent wide player Augusto P F Trindade will move into the center to allow youngsters Ferdinand Wolmer and Gerado Daniel Morena to both occupy the flanks.
Not being the greatest news ahead of a new Season's dawn but the Dolphins none the less are excited by the opportunity of a better challenge each week.
: Krushers Survive First Round
May 15, 2013 First Round Oceanian Cup
The Krushers now have their first victory of the season and boss Alessandro Bonasio will surely be delighted with his side's performance. Simon Hoffman registered his first brace for his club as Krushers brought Celtic back down to earth with a resounding win (0-6) at Landsdowne Road.
Alessandro Bonasio: "What was pleasing today with Simon was that he was calm in front of goal. He could finish but also gave fine balls. That shows he improves."
"Although it was an easy win, a long and hard road lies ahead of us. Our lads have to keep on working to improve and focus on the team rather than the results. But I'm glad we started this season off with a win."
Attendance: 14,497 | Full Match Report (425719756)