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The first coaching casualty of the A-League has fallen after only two rounds!
Reigning premiers Melbourne City have sacked Rado Vidosic. Former Adelaide United and Olyroos coach Aurelio Vidmar will coach the team for the rest of the season. I suspects he’s just keeping the seat warm for Patty Kisnorbo to make his return, he’s stint in Troyes, France has been a disaster and its almost certain he’ll get the sack anytime soon.
 
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The first coaching casualty of the A-League has fallen after only two rounds!
Reigning premiers Melbourne City have sacked Rado Vidosic. Former Adelaide United and Olyroos coach Aurelio Vidmar will coach the team for the rest of the season. I suspects he’s just keeping the seat warm for Patty Kisnorbo to make his return, he’s stint in Troyes, France has been a disaster and its almost certain he’ll get the sack anytime soon.
From Pissant Town to Pissant Club.
 

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The first coaching casualty of the A-League has fallen after only two rounds!
Reigning premiers Melbourne City have sacked Rado Vidosic. Former Adelaide United and Olyroos coach Aurelio Vidmar will coach the team for the rest of the season. I suspects he’s just keeping the seat warm for Patty Kisnorbo to make his return, he’s stint in Troyes, France has been a disaster and its almost certain he’ll get the sack anytime soon.
The way Sydney FC are playing tonight Corica has to be the next to go.
 

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4-0 up at halftime against that football powerhouse Bangladesh.

Full time 7-0.

Was good to see a bit of ruthlessness from the Socceroos, one of the criticisms of them is they’re performances against lower ranked teams. Something they need to show they’re addressing ahead of the Asian Cup where unlike the World Cup, they’ll start as heavy favourites in most of their matches.

In the other game of our group, Palestine and Lebanon played out a nil all draw. Two teams with more important things on their minds to be fair.

Next up for Australia, a trip to Kuwait to face Palestine next Wednesday morning.
 
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Tillies down 1-0 not long into the second half, much stronger team on the park. Looks like a really good crowd.
 
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