Preview: Against All Odds Twice In A Row?

V Written By Michael Safro (@safrossydney) Sydney FC will need to get off their cloud. Games are coming thick and fast and Sky Blues will have had no time to celebrate Wednesday’s momentous win against Asian champions Guangzhou Evergrande. In the lead up to their all-important clash with Melbourne City this Saturday night, it has […]

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Review: A Win To be Savoured Against The Reigning Asian Champions – ACL 2016 Match Day 2

Sky Blue fans will speak of this night for years to come. Sydney FC’s 2-1 defeat of Asian champions Guangzhou Evergrande will rank in the club’s Allianz Stadium pantheon alongside Steve Corica’s Grand final winner in 2006, John Aloisi’s 2010 wonderstrike and Sydney’s emotion-charged, ten-man defeat of Melbourne Victory in late 2013. With multi-million dollar […]

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Arnie's Saitama Slip-up

This one is down to the coach. A litany of tactical and selection errors hamstrung the Sky Blues, rendering them impotent for a large part of its Asian Champions League opener – a contest that, in hindsight, was winnable against an opponent that was out of season and, for all its midfield superiority, hardly impressed […]

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Sky Blue Groundhog Day against Perth

With eight A-League matches left to play and seven points separating the now-6th placed Sydney FC from the top of the table, Sky Blue fans should all but dismiss their side’s chances lifting the Premiers’ Plate this season. As things stand, the Sydneysiders have a battle on their hands to simply qualify for the finals […]

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Sydney FC v Perth Glory Preview

By Saturday night, it will be almost a month since the Sky Blues last won a game. The stat is hardly an impressive one, reminiscent of Frank Farina’s inconsistent Sydney FC of 2013/14. Ideally, Sydney needed to be in the Top 3 of the A-League competition as they embark on the most gruelling part of […]

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