This Week in Australian Football Weekly
After a week on the sidelines, football is back on for Australian Football Weekly. And this week, we’re getting all the gossip.
After a week on the sidelines, football is back on for Australian Football Weekly. And this week, we-re getting all the gossip.
We caught up with Socceroos star Harry Kewell in Turkey to talk about how his stint with Galatasaray has rejuvenated his love of the game, what he really thinks about his time in Liverpool and how he expects the World Cup to be even harder for Australia this time ‘round.
Back at home, we talk to the Hyundai A-League players fighting to make their name in the domestic game. Adelaide United midfielder Adam Hughes returned to Australia to join a side high on grand finals and Asian Champions League. Now Adelaide are struggling to make the finals. What-s it like for a player desperate to make an impact and drag his struggling team into the top six?
Brisbane Roar have had their toughest season yet, and young gun defender Luke DeVere has been through all the highs and lows. We talk to him about losing one coach and having to impress his new one, how a young player deals with the pressure and his high hopes for Brisbane season.
After trying his luck overseas and a long-standing injury, Chris Tadrosse knows how cruel football can be. But the gritty defender is making his name at North Queensland Fury and is desperate not to miss out on his chance to finally make it as a pro.
And two from the back… Newcastle Jets keeper Ben Kennedy has copped some flak this season, but the stopper is still hungry to prove he has what it takes and has the confidence to keep the Jets- No.1 jersey.
Perth Glory-s Tando Velaphi has had a similar story, but the youngster tipped as a possible Australia keeper of the future says he-s taking it all in his stride and has the support of his team to keep getting better.
How much else can we fit into such a small magazine? Plenty! We find out if new franchise Melbourne Heart have any chance of luring Mark Viduka back to football in Melbourne, Mark Bridge tells us about Alex Brosque-s funny smell, we-ve got footballs, DVDs and match tickets to give away, plus all the latest news from the Westfield W-League, National Youth League, and the EPL, Serie A, La Liga and beyond.