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Does anyone support the A league? Saw there was no thread.

How good are the Victory going? Looks like we are going back to back.

How good is Honda? Could still play in the main leagues today. The best marquee player ever in the A League.

I also support the stars in the big bash

Storm in League

76's in NBA.

Stealers in NFL

Everton in EPL.

Just got Kayo sports so hopefully watch more 76's and Stealers games. So I should be on the other sports topics a lot.

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Another great win by the Victory. On our way to back to back YOU BEAUTY👍

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1 hour ago, Dee Zephyr said:

Sorry @WERRIDEE, cheering for Melbourne City tonight 😛

Bastards equalised in injury time. We need Honda back. You cost us top spot.

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34 minutes ago, bingers said:

I support City, only because I hate Muscat.

https://www.theage.com.au/sport/soccer/muscats-606-000-tackle-20040225-gdxdkp.html

I hated them more when Berisha was playing for them.

More than the filth bingers? 😂😂

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On 12/22/2018 at 10:03 PM, WERRIDEE said:

Bastards equalised in injury time. We need Honda back. You cost us top spot.

That equaliser cost me $250 as the last leg of a multi..

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37 minutes ago, layzie said:

That equaliser cost me $250 as the last leg of a multi..

No way.....that’s as stiff as it gets Layz. 

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On 12/28/2018 at 10:34 AM, Dee Zephyr said:

No way.....that’s as stiff as it gets Layz. 

Sure is DZ, especially when you have the chance to cash out for $180 30 seconds before the equaliser! 

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14 minutes ago, layzie said:

Sure is DZ, especially when you have the chance to cash out for $180 30 seconds before the equaliser! 

Oh no, cash outs are evil. I can never get them right. 

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On ‎12‎/‎3‎/‎2018 at 1:18 AM, WERRIDEE said:

Does anyone support the A league? Saw there was no thread.

How good are the Victory going? Looks like we are going back to back.

How good is Honda? Could still play in the main leagues today. The best marquee player ever in the A League.

I also support the stars in the big bash

Storm in League

76's in NBA.

Eagles in NFL

Man U in EPL

Just got Kayo sports so hopefully watch more 76's and Stealers games. So I should be on the other sports topics a lot.

 

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Lucky to get the 3 points tonight. Wanderers had their chances. Toivonen what a legend! Need Honda back if we are going to finish top we are a different team without him.

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COME BACK HONDA WE NEED YOU!

Been flat ever since Honda got injured. Got the hiding we deserved.

Disgraceful effort by Deng for the second goal may as well have kicked for them it was that bad. Troisi has to lift done nothing all year.

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Troisi finally delivers and thank god for that we needed the 3 points. Surprised Barbarouses was benched instead of him but it worked out in the end.

Honda better come back soon because the way we are going we won't make top spot although we don't need it we didn't need it last year.

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BEST VICTORY TEAM

THOMAS

ROUX

BROWN

DENG

VALERI

NEIDERMEIER

ANTONIS

HONDA

BABAROUSES

TROISI

TOIVONEN

BAENA

BROXHAM

ANSELL

 

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GO THE VICTORY! We are definitely the second best team in the league after beating Sydney without Honda. Are we better than Perth though? We will know in 2 weeks. 

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17 minutes ago, WERRIDEE said:

GO THE VICTORY! We are definitely the second best team in the league after beating Sydney without Honda. Are we better than Perth though? We will know in 2 weeks. 

I haven't watched a lot of A League but I watched tonight's game and it was quite entertaining.  The 1st goal was a ripper.  Overall coverage was excellent.

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Another draw to the Phoenix. We desperately need the brilliance of Toivonen, Athu is just a second stringer. 

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A bad loss to Newcastle looks like we will finish 3rd nothing to be worried about yet but I think when Honda and Toivonen are together fit and firing we are a premiership contender ATM we are not.

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We just disposed of Wellington  now time for Sydney GO VICTORY!

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Well were out and embarrassingly so and it's only going to get tougher next year with western united coming in. Thomas terrible goal keeping set the scene and we were never ever recovering from that.             

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