MOTM: Round 19 NRMAWSW v Sydney FC 2014/15

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  • Allocate six points any way you want to Sydney FC players who made it onto the pitch.

  • Voting Closes before next game.

  • For the actual player of the year, the top three pointscorers each week will get 3 - 2 - 1 points for the final tally. However, 2nd and 3rd won't be announced each week.

PLEASE ALLOCATE ALL 6 VOTES.

MOTM 2014/15 james23 3 Days ago
MOTM: Round 19 NRMAWSW v Sydney FC 2014/15

Use all 6 votes for player(s) of the match.

Alex Brosque
Alex Gersbach
Bernie Ibini-Isei
Chris Naumoff
Marc Janko
Matthew Jurman
Mickaël Tavares
Milos Dimitrijevic
Nikola Petkovic
Rhyan Grant
Sebastian Ryall
Shane Smeltz
Terry Antonis
Vedran Janjetovic
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Sydney Derby: Why Sydney Will Always Be Sky Blue

It really is time to scrape these clowns under our boot-heel, we've already smashed them this season, now it's time to take away the only meaningful thing left in their embarrassment of an A-League season....beating us. It's all they have left this year, a year so bad that they're giving the NZ Knights a run for their money in stinking the joint up.
Their fans have demonstrated that they're not the 'special' sort they thought they were, trying to fight their players and staying away in droves now that their jammy streak has come to a screeching halt. The only special thing about them is the treatment they get from the FFA.

While their fans may bleat about how they'd rather win the ACL than the A-League (something they've never done, failed twice at actually) we all know that the humiliation week-in week-out is their lot this year, let's make sure we keep it that way.
Some interesting facts:

  • Crowds - Our average gate is over 25% larger than theirs, despite all the hullaballoo about how many memberships they've sold, we get the bigger crowds week in, week out, and have done since they began to stain our beautiful city.
  • TV Viewership - Sydney FC is easily the most watched football team in the country, the games we play in are almost invariably the most watched.
  • Goals - Marc Janko, despite a slow start and missing a couple of games has scored just 2 goals less than their entire team this season, I expect him to equal their miserable tally tomorrow. We've scored more goals in our last four games than they have in their entire season, half of them against the top two teams in the league.
  • Points - We're 21 points clear of them, more daylight than Antarctica in summer.
  • They say that they "Run this town", lol, they couldn't run a fucking chook raffle far less this Sky Blue City, the only thing they've ever run is their mouths, and it's coming back to haunt them, big time.

It's time for us to make sure they never, ever forget their place in this city, second-best, second-rate, second-class, small club. Today should be such a complete humiliation that it scars their club psyche for decades and embeds itself in our lore alongside Valentines Day and 5-0.

Every player on our team should be prepared to eviscerate these bozos in front of their home crowd, every second should be agony for them, every moment anguish as the harsh reality hits them that they have been exposed as the lacklustre football club they truly are now that the FFA is no longer holding their hand.

Every fan who's going should be prepared to be unable to speak for a week, you should be heard clearly in the latte parlours of East Sydney.
Every fan who cannot go to the game should be watching it in a pub or club, and making their presence felt across the city.

If you're a fan and you're not wearing sky blue today, whatever you're doing, why the fuck even bother getting up at all? FIRE UP.
A few words from our good friend Grant Muir to keep in mind.

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Match Photos: Sydney FC v Melb Victory - R17 2014/15

Happy Anniversary - Thanks for The Memories - 14/2/10: 5 years since Sydney FC claimed the premiers plate over Melbourne on a glorious Valentines Day afternoon in Sydney during the final round of the 2009/10 season. It was also the same season that the club claimed the Championship down in Melbourne a month later winning on penalties in front of a sellout crowd. The Sydney Tifo Crew was also formed during the start of the 2009/10 season celebrating 5 years of creating the best Tifo displays in Australian Football. Certainly a season Sydney fans will cherish and a season Melbourne Fans will want to forget.

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Nothing But Blue Skies Issue 12 - October 2 - 2014

Nothing But Blue Skies Issue 12

We're Back!

After another long off season, made infinitely more bearable due to a certain competition in Brazil over the winter, local football is finally back in our lives. Despite the overhaul we’ve seen at the club, ultimately we would have t await judgement til balls were kicked in anger, and we’ve seen plenty of those already this season (Marc Janko v Brisbane perhaps the pick of the bunch), but this week we face perhaps our sternest test of the season so far in the form of Melbourne Victory.

I must also issue an apology for there being no NBBS for the first few home games of the season, however we are back and here to stay so keep your eyes peeled at the pub pre game and in the Cove for your regular dose of everything fan related in Sydney.

We have a host of new sections in the Magazine to get excited about, some of which we just had to put in and some for which we’ll be asking your input.

As always make sure to head over to our Facebook page as well where you can find out how to get involved!

- Marty

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