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How Bad Was the Trashing if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Feel the Need to Apologize to the Fans!

After the Everton thrashing, Manchester United fans got an apology from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Six of their past games lost by United out of eight and now the team is sixth in the Premier League. When interviewed by Sky News, Solskjaer said that everything just went wrong from the very first whistle. He feels he […]

Sydney FC Moves Game Against Perth Glory to Kogarah

Sydney FC has recently decided to move their A-League clash against Perth Glory, considered a top-of-the-league battle, from the SCG following Saturday evening’s match victory against Melbourne. The match will be played on the 18 April 2019, has been relocated to Netstrata Jubilee Stadium in an attempt to avoid the concerns surrounding the venue’s surface […]

Wellington Phoenix Claims Victory Against Newcastle Jets

The Wellington Phoenix team continued with their incredible barnstorming finish in the A-League season where they dispatched the Newcastle Jets with a 4-1 victory following their phenomenal David Williams treble that occurred at Westpac Stadium. Wellington Phoenix vs Newcastle Jets Wellington Phoenix is currently chasing their first appearance in the finals in 4 years and […]

FFA Confirm Two Brand-New Clubs for the A-League in 2019

The FFA (Football Federation Australia) has recently confirmed that the Macarthur South West Sydney and the Western Melbourne Group will join an expanded A-League in 2019 and 2021. The Western Melbourne Group is going to join the A-League during the 2019/20 season, while the MacArthur South West Sydney will enter the campaign after the 2020/21 […]

How to Become a Professional Soccer Player in Australia

Have you ever dreamed about becoming a world-class soccer player at the FIFA World Cup while playing for the Socceroo’s? Well, the path to becoming a professional football star is definitely not easy, but it can be achieved. You merely need financial support, sacrifice, dedication, and loads of commitment. Below, we will address what you’ll […]

Graham Arnold in Search of new talent for Socceroos

Graham Arnold, the Australian coach for the Socceroos, continues his search to rebuild his national soccer squad ahead of the Asian Cup. He has named four uncapped players to join his training camp in the UAE this week. Three of the four players will also be measured for a potential place in Graham Arnold’s first […]

Xavier College Turns 140

The story of Xavier College started after Bishop Goold invited Irish Jesuits to Melbourne so that they could run the St Patrick’s College, diocesan school of St Patrick’s College. When they arrived, it was found that the location for the school was not ideal for boarding of students. The foundation of the school was laid […]

Old Xaverians retain McClure Shield

The Old Xaverians have managed to retain the guardianship of the McClure Shield after a long-fought battle at the Xavier College First XVIII at Waverley’s VFL Park. The match saw windy but warm playing conditions and perfect pitch conditions with both today’s stars and the future stars joining in on the action. The match got […]

Old Xaverians Embraces a New Season with “Seasoned” Matches

The road to recover the title that was snatched from the Old Xaverians in 2017, starts on Saturday 7thof April in the rematch of the 2016 playoffs decider versus the Old Trinity at 2:00 p.m. in the Toorak Park. The T’s defeated the then-reigning champion 84-61 on the 16th Round. The X’s will be visiting […]

The Games of Old Xaverians Football Club

Over the past few years, different Premier clubs has successfully produced premiership dynasty. Perhaps the most prominent one would be the premiership dynasties that have been recorded by the Old Xaverians Football Club during the year 1995-2000. This amazing feat by the sports club has been magnified since it was achieved during the time that […]