2006–07 A-League

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The 2006–07 A-League was the 30th season of top-flight soccer in Australia, and the second season of the A-League since its establishment the previous season. Football Federation Australia hoped to build on the success of the first season and on the interest generated by the Socceroos competing in the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Fox Sports had signed a A$120 million deal over 7 years for the exclusive broadcast rights of the A-League, AFC Champions League, and national team matches (excluding matches played in the World Cup finals).[1]

A-League
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Season2006–07
Dates25 August 2006 – 18 February 2007
ChampionsMelbourne Victory (1st title)
PremiersMelbourne Victory (1st title)
AFC Champions LeagueMelbourne Victory, Adelaide United
Matches played84
Goals scored218 (2.6 per match)
Top goalscorerArchie Thompson
(15 goals)
Best goalkeeperMichael Theoklitos
Biggest away winNew Zealand Knights 0–4 Melbourne Victory
(27 October 2006)
Highest attendance50,333
Lowest attendance1,632
Average attendance12,927

The television advertisement campaign used for the 2006–07 season was the same as the previous season, with different music. Scribe's song "Not Many" was replaced with Manuel Neztic's "Kickin Down".[2] The second season was marketed as "A-League: Version 2".[3]

ClubsEdit

Team Location Stadium Capacity
Adelaide United Adelaide Hindmarsh Stadium 17,000
Central Coast Mariners Gosford Bluetongue Stadium 20,119
Melbourne Victory Melbourne Olympic Park Stadium
Telstra Dome
18,500
56,347
Newcastle Jets Newcastle Energy Australia Stadium 26,164
New Zealand Knights Auckland North Harbour Stadium 25,000
Perth Glory Perth Members Equity Stadium 18,156
Queensland Roar Brisbane Suncorp Stadium 52,500
Sydney FC Sydney Aussie Stadium 42,500

Foreign playersEdit

Club Visa 1 Visa 2 Visa 3 Visa 4 Non-Visa foreigner(s) Former player(s)
Adelaide United   Diego   Fernando   Qu Shengqing   Bobby Petta   Romário4
Central Coast Mariners   André Gumprecht   Jamie McMaster   Wayne O'Sullivan   John Hutchinson2
Melbourne Victory   Alessandro   Fred   James Robinson   Grant Brebner   Geoffrey Claeys
  Claudinho4
New Zealand Knights   Darren Bazeley   Malik Buari   Neil Emblen   Dani Rodrigues   Fernando3
  Alen Marcina3
  Gao Leilei3
  Li Yan3
  Hamza Mohammed3
  Sean Devine1
  Scot Gemmill3
  Dean Gordon3
Newcastle Jets   Milton Rodríguez   Tim Brown   Steven Old   Vaughan Coveny1
Perth Glory   Leo Bertos   Jeremy Christie   Danny Hay   Stuart Young1
Queensland Roar   Reinaldo   Marcus Wedau   Simon Lynch   Remo Buess   Zhang Yuning3
  Stuart McLaren1
  Seo Hyuk-su1
Sydney FC   Jeremy Brockie   Terry McFlynn   Jonas Salley1   Benito Carbone4
  Dwight Yorke

The following do not fill a Visa position:
1Those players who were born and started their professional career abroad but have since gained Australian Residency (and New Zealand Residency, in the case of Wellington Phoenix);
2Australian residents (and New Zealand residents, in the case of Wellington Phoenix) who have chosen to represent another national team;
3Injury Replacement Players, or National Team Replacement Players;
4Guest Players (eligible to play a maximum of ten games)

Salary cap exemptions and captainsEdit

Club Marquee Captain Vice-Captain
Adelaide United   Qu Shengqing[4]   Ross Aloisi[5] None
Central Coast Mariners   Tony Vidmar[6]   Noel Spencer[7]
  Alex Wilkinson[note 1][8]
None
Melbourne Victory   Archie Thompson[9][10]   Kevin Muscat[11]   Archie Thompson[12]
New Zealand Knights   Scot Gemmill[13]   Darren Bazeley[14] None
Newcastle Jets   Paul Okon[15]   Paul Okon[15] None
Perth Glory   Stan Lazaridis[16]   Jamie Harnwell[17] None
Queensland Roar None   Chad Gibson[18] None
Sydney FC   Dwight Yorke[19][note 2]   Mark Rudan[21][22] None

Pre-Season Challenge CupEdit

 
Newcastle playing Sydney in a pre-season match in Canberra

This competition was held in July and August in the lead up to the start of the A-League season. The opening round was 15 July 2006. The competition featured a group stage, with three regular rounds and a bonus round, followed by a two-week finals playoff. The bonus group round matched up teams against opponents from the other group, and also offered the incentive of "bonus points" based on goals scored (1 point for 2 goals, 2 points for 3 goals, 3 points for 4 or more goals).

The Pre-Season Cup was used to enhance the A-League's profiles by playing pre-season games in regional centres including the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba, Launceston, Canberra, Wollongong, Port Macquarie, Orange and Tamworth.[23]

The pre-season cup was won by Adelaide United at the final on 19 August 2006.

Regular seasonEdit

The league season took a triple round-robin format, and took place over 21 rounds between 25 August 2006 and 21 January 2007.

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Melbourne Victory (C) 21 14 3 4 41 20 +21 45 Finals Series and 2008 AFC Champions League Group stage
2 Adelaide United 21 10 3 8 32 27 +5 33
3 Newcastle Jets 21 8 6 7 32 30 +2 30 Finals Series
4 Sydney FC 21 8 8 5 29 19 +10 29[a]
5 Queensland Roar 21 8 5 8 25 27 −2 29
6 Central Coast Mariners 21 6 6 9 22 26 −4 24
7 Perth Glory 21 5 5 11 24 30 −6 20
8 New Zealand Knights[b] 21 5 4 12 13 39 −26 19 Disbanded at end of season
Source: ultimatealeague.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion.
Notes:
  1. ^ Sydney FC were penalised three competition points following round 18 due to salary cap breaches which occurred during the 2005–06 season
  2. ^ New Zealand Knights cannot qualify for the AFC Champions League as they are not recognised as an AFC club.

ResultsEdit

Round 1Edit

26 August 2006 Queensland Roar3–0Perth GlorySuncorp Stadium, Brisbane
19:30 UTC+10 McLaren   84'
Vidosic   82'
Lynch   79'
Attendance: 20,606
Referee: Ben Williams
27 August 2006 Sydney FC1–0Central Coast MarinersAussie Stadium, Sydney
17:00 UTC+10 Fyfe   52' Attendance: 19,274
Referee: Mark Shield

Round 2Edit

1 September 2006 Newcastle Jets2–3Queensland RoarEnergyAustralia Stadium, Newcastle
Bridge   40'
Gibson   25' (o.g.)
Lynch   88'
Okon   38' (o.g.)
Reinaldo   5'
Attendance: 7,276
Referee: Angelo Nardi
2 September 2006 Melbourne Victory3–2Sydney FCTelstra Dome, Melbourne
Muscat   11' (pen.)
Allsopp   8'51'
Vargas   84' (o.g.)
Fyfe   18'
Attendance: 39,730
Referee: Mark Shield
3 September 2006 Perth Glory2–0Central Coast MarinersMembers Equity Stadium, Perth
Young   81'
Colosimo   52'
Attendance: 7,229
Referee: Craig Zetter

Round 3Edit

8 September 2006 Adelaide United5–1Newcastle JetsHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
Durante   65' (o.g.)
Qu   28'
Cornthwaite   19'
Rech   8'73'
Bridge   52' Attendance: 8,785
Referee: Mark Shield
10 September 2006 Perth Glory1–1Sydney FCMembers Equity Stadium, Perth
Coyne   69' Petrovski   36' Attendance: 7,229
Referee: Simon Przydacz

Round 4Edit

15 September 2006 Queensland Roar5–0New Zealand KnightsSuncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Milicic   80'
Lynch   72'
Reinaldo   55' (pen.)
McKay   7'86'
Attendance: 15,517
Referee: Mark Shield
16 September 2006 Adelaide United3–0Perth GloryHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
Dodd   34'
Rech   14'50'
Attendance: 11,474
Referee: Peter O'Leary
17 September 2006 Sydney FC2–2Newcastle JetsAussie Stadium, Sydney
Zdrillic   38'
Corica   33' (pen.)
Rodriguez   45'62' Attendance: 15,488
Referee: Matthew Breeze

Round 5Edit

24 September 2006 Perth Glory1–2Melbourne VictoryMembers Equity Stadium, Perth
Tarka   90' Muscat   72' (pen.)
Caceres   54'
Attendance: 7,983
Referee: Peter Green

Round 6Edit

29 September 2006 Newcastle Jets0–3Perth GloryEnergyAustralia Stadium, Newcastle
Harnwell   83'
Young   44'90'
Attendance: 7,961
Referee: Matthew Breeze
1 October 2006 Melbourne Victory4–1Queensland RoarTelstra Dome, Melbourne
Allsopp   82'
Muscat   22' (pen.)56' (pen.)
Fred   11'
Milicic   16' Attendance: 25,921
Referee: Simon Przydacz
2 October 2006 Adelaide United1–4Sydney FCHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
Burns   54' Carbone   85'
Petrovski   80'
Dodd   57' (o.g.)
Zadkovich   36'
Attendance: 15,119
Referee: Mark Shield

Round 7Edit

6 October 2006 Adelaide United3–1Central Coast MarinersHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
Burns   90'
Rees   58'
Veart   25'
Mori   38' Attendance: 10,493
Referee: Ben Williams
6 October 2006 Perth Glory1–0New Zealand KnightsMembers Equity Stadium, Perth
Young   37' Attendance: 7,309
Referee: Craig Zetter
8 October 2006 Sydney FC1–1Queensland RoarAussie Stadium, Sydney
Ceccoli   45' Dilevski   15' Attendance: 17,274
Referee: Matthew Breeze

Round 8Edit

13 October 2006 Central Coast Mariners3–1Sydney FCBluetongue Stadium, Gosford
Mori   52'90'
O'Grady   40'
Carbone   12' Attendance: 11,567
Referee: Simon Przydacz
15 October 2006 Perth Glory1–2Queensland RoarMembers Equity Stadium, Perth
Young   2' Vidosic   53'
Milicic   14'
Attendance: 9,978
Referee: Ben Williams

Round 9Edit

21 October 2006 Sydney FC1–2Melbourne VictoryAussie Stadium, Sydney
Corica   9' Thompson   50'73' Attendance: 20,881
Referee: Mark Shield
22 October 2006 Adelaide United4–2New Zealand KnightsHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
Dodd   84'
Petta   56'
Veart   36'
Burns   23'
van Dommele   71' (o.g.)
Hickey   65'
Attendance: 11,600
Referee: Angelo Nardi

Round 10Edit

27 October 2006 Newcastle Jets2–1Adelaide UnitedEnergyAustralia Stadium, Newcastle
Carle   90'
Coveny   26'
Veart   37' (pen.) Attendance: 10,895
Referee: Matthew Breeze
29 October 2006 Sydney FC1–1Perth GloryAussie Stadium, Sydney
Zdrillic   15' Glavas   75' Attendance: 12,316
Referee: Ben Williams

Round 11Edit

3 November 2006 Melbourne Victory3–3Central Coast MarinersTelstra Dome, Melbourne
Allsopp   4'68'
Thompson   10'
McMaster   6'
Petrie   11'
Kwasnik   23' (pen.)
Attendance: 28,118
Referee: Peter Green
4 November 2006 Newcastle Jets1–1Sydney FCEnergyAustralia Stadium, Newcastle
Brown   86' Zdrillic   14' Attendance: 8,493
Referee: Mark Shield
5 November 2006 Adelaide United3–2Perth GloryHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
Veart   8'
Owens   24'
Kemp   57'
Saric   14'
Despotovski   45+2'
Attendance: 11,032
Referee: Matthew Breeze
5 November 2006 New Zealand Knights1–0Queensland RoarNorth Harbour Stadium, Auckland
Ognenovski   7' (o.g.) Attendance: 2,675
Referee: Craig Zetter

Round 12Edit

9 November 2006 Melbourne Victory1–0Perth GloryTelstra Dome, Melbourne
Brebner   88' Attendance: 22,890
Referee: Craig Zetter
10 November 2006 Sydney FC4–0New Zealand KnightsAussie Stadium, Sydney
Petrovski   37'53'
Zdrillic   65'
Carney   89'
Attendance: 9,871
Referee: Angelo Nardi

Round 13Edit

18 November 2006 Perth Glory2–1Newcastle JetsMembers Equity Stadium, Perth
Harnwell   38'
Glavaš   90+4'
Carle   77' (pen.) Attendance: 7,315
Referee: Angelo Nardi
19 November 2006 Sydney FC2–1Adelaide UnitedAussie Stadium, Sydney
Talay   15' (pen.)
Rudan   22'
Aloisi   9' Attendance: 14,308
Referee: Matthew Breeze

Round 14Edit

24 November 2006 Sydney FC3–0Queensland RoarAussie Stadium, Sydney
Talay   23' (pen.)
Corica   64'
Middleby   89'
Attendance: 12,718
Referee: Ben Williams
26 November 2006 Perth Glory4–1New Zealand KnightsMembers Equity Stadium, Perth
Harnwell   10'42'60'
Despotovski   83'
Hickey   3' Attendance: 6,251
Referee: Simon Przydacz

Round 15Edit

1 December 2006 Adelaide United1–3Melbourne VictoryHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
Fernando   42' Muscat   16' (pen.)
Allsopp   61'
Fred   86'
Attendance: 16,378
Referee: Mark Shield
2 December 2006 Queensland Roar1–0Perth GlorySuncorp Stadium, Brisbane
McKay   80' Attendance: 11,237
Referee: Craig Zetter

Round 16Edit

7 December 2006 Queensland Roar0–3Newcastle JetsSuncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Bridge   9'77'
Griffiths   53'
Attendance: 10,040
Referee: Matthew Breeze

Round 17Edit

14 December 2006 Sydney FC1–0Perth GloryAussie Stadium, Sydney
Brosque   80' Attendance: 11,816
Referee: Simon Przydacz
15 December 2006 Adelaide United3–2Newcastle JetsHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
Romário   15'
Fernando   60'
Owens   78'
Bridge   59'
Thompson   67'
Attendance: 12,214
Referee: Mark Shield
16 December 2006 Central Coast Mariners2–3Queensland RoarBluetongue Stadium, Gosford
Kwasnik   29' (pen.)77' (pen.) Griffin   40'
Vidosic   63'80'
Attendance: 7,132
Referee: Matthew Breeze

Round 18Edit

1 January 2007 Newcastle Jets0–2Sydney FCEnergyAustralia Stadium, Newcastle
Brosque   46'
Petrovski   90+1'
Attendance: 20,980
Referee: Matthew Breeze

Round 19Edit

7 January 2007 Perth Glory2–2Melbourne VictoryMembers Equity Stadium, Perth
Harnwell   29'
Byrnes   43' (o.g.)
Sarkies   58'76' Attendance: 6,462
Referee: Peter Green

Round 20Edit

12 January 2006 Melbourne Victory1–2Queensland RoarTelstra Dome, Melbourne
Thompson   79' Mori   18'
Vidosic   90+2'
Attendance: 28,937
Referee: Mark Shield
14 January 2007 Adelaide United1–0Sydney FCHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
Fernando   89' Attendance: 14,704
Referee: Matthew Breeze
14 January 2007 Perth Glory3–3Newcastle JetsMembers Equity Stadium, Perth
Colosimo   43' (pen.)
Harnwell   78'
Magdic   81'
Carle   12'
Griffiths   90+1'90+4'
Attendance: 7,904
Referee: Simon Przydacz

Round 21Edit

19 January 2007 Newcastle Jets4–0Melbourne VictoryEnergyAustralia Stadium, Newcastle
Bridge   36'48'
Coveny   51'
Griffiths   73'
Attendance: 19,601
Referee: Matthew Breeze
20 January 2007 Queensland Roar1–1Sydney FCSuncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Mori   20' Brosque   13' Attendance: 32,371
Referee: Mark Shield

Finals seriesEdit

 
Melbourne Victory celebrating their 2007 A-League Grand Final victory.
  Semi Finals Preliminary Final Grand Final
    L1 L2    
    28 January & 4 February                        
1 Melbourne Victory 0 2     18 February
2 Adelaide United 0 1     11 February       1 Melbourne Victory 6
    2 Adelaide United (pso) 1 (4)   2 Adelaide United 0
  26 January & 2 February   3 Newcastle Jets 1 (3)  
3 Newcastle Jets 1 2
4 Sydney FC 2 0  
26 January 2007 Minor Semi Final – Leg 1Sydney FC2–1Newcastle JetsAussie Stadium, Sydney
20:00 UTC+11 Brosque   15'
Milligan   30'
Rodriguez   71' Attendance: 21,112
Referee: Peter Green
28 January 2007 Major Semi Final – Leg 1Adelaide United0–0Melbourne VictoryHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
17:30 UTC+10.30 Attendance: 15,575
Referee: Simon Przydacz
2 February 2007 Minor Semi Final – Leg 2Newcastle Jets2–0Sydney FCEnergyAustralia Stadium, Newcastle
20:00 UTC+11
Attendance: 24,338
Referee: Matthew Breeze
4 February 2007 Major Semi Final – Leg 2Melbourne Victory2–1Adelaide UnitedTelstra Dome, Melbourne
18:00 UTC+11 Allsopp   48'
Robinson   90+2'
Dodd   4' Attendance: 47,413
Referee: Mark Shield
11 February 2007 Preliminary FinalAdelaide United1–1 (a.e.t.)
(4–3 p)
Newcastle JetsHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
17:30 UTC+10.30 Veart   57' Coveny   74' Attendance: 13,798
Referee: Matthew Breeze
Penalties
18 February 2007 Grand FinalMelbourne Victory6–0Adelaide UnitedTelstra Dome, Melbourne
18:00 UTC+11
Attendance: 55,436
Referee: Mark Shield

The Asian Football Confederation announced on 21 November 2006 that Adelaide United and Sydney FC would represent Australia in the 2007 AFC Champions League. Despite an appeal by the Football Federation Australia, it was determined that the 2005–06 A-League premiers and champions would qualify and not those from the current season.[24]

The AFC also indicated that the qualification arrangements would not be reviewed prior to 2009. The FFA have indicated that the premiers and champions of A-League 2006–07 will qualify for the 2008 AFC Champions League – establishing a precedent of maintaining a one-year lag between qualification and participation.

Season statisticsEdit

Leading goalscorersEdit

Player Team Goals
Archie Thompson Melbourne Victory 15
Daniel Allsopp Melbourne Victory 12
Damian Mori Central Coast Mariners (6), Queensland Roar (2) 8
Mark Bridge Newcastle Jets 8
Adam Kwasnik Central Coast Mariners 7
Jamie Harnwell Perth Glory 7

Most yellow cardsEdit

Player Team Yellow Cards
Adrian Leijer Melbourne Victory 7
Nick Carle Newcastle Jets 6
Andrew Durante Newcastle Jets 6
Kevin Muscat Melbourne Victory 5
Terry McFlynn Sydney FC 5
Simon Colosimo Perth Glory 5

AttendancesEdit

Team Hosted Average High Low Total
Melbourne Victory 11 27,728 50,333 15,563 305,011
Queensland Roar 10 16,465 32,371 10,040 164,653
Sydney FC 10 14,999 20,881 9,871 149,986
Adelaide United 11 12,162 16,378 8,785 133,782
Newcastle Jets 10 11,442 20,980 4,635 114,420
Central Coast Mariners 11 9,828 15,404 4,644 108,112
Perth Glory 10 7,671 9,978 6,251 76,709
New Zealand Knights 11 3,014 7,304 1,632 33,156
{{{T9}}} 0 0 0 0 0
{{{T10}}} 0 0 0 0 0
{{{T11}}} 0 0 0 0 0
{{{T12}}} 0 0 0 0 0
League total 84 12,927 50,333 1,632 1,085,829

Highest attendancesEdit

AwardsEdit

The 2007 A-League Awards ceremony was held on 27 February 2007 at the Sydney Opera House.[25]

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Wilkinson replaced Spencer as captain mid-season
  2. ^ Yorke was released from his marquee deal early by Sydney FC to join Sunderland in September 2006.[20]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Historic deal for football". 26 April 2006. Archived from the original on 25 August 2006.
  2. ^ "Football's new kick-start". The Sydney Morning Herald. 26 August 2006.[dead link]
  3. ^ "Version 2.0 launched". 25 August 2006. Archived from the original on 7 July 2012.
  4. ^ "Eastern promise arrives right on Qu". The Sydney Morning Herald. 15 July 2005. The 30-year-old Chinese international, who has the potential to be one of the stars of the new A-League as Adelaide United's marquee signing...
  5. ^ "Dodd Gets The Nod As Skipper". FTBL. 31 July 2008. Ross Aloisi taking over as the club’s first Hyundai A-League captain and then Valkanis acquiring the role prior to the 2007/08 season.
  6. ^ "Vidmar announces retirement". ABC News. 14 February 2008. Vidmar joined the Mariners as a marquee signing in the 2006-07 season
  7. ^ "Mariners announce soccer captain". The Sydney Morning Herald. 15 April 2005.
  8. ^ "Captain Wilkinson promoted to Centurion". Central Coast Mariners. Football Federation Australia. 8 February 2011. Wilkinson took the captain-s armband from an injured Noel Spencer late in the second season of the Hyundai A-League
  9. ^ Lynch, Michael (30 April 2016). "Archie Thompson should play on after leaving Melbourne Victory". The Sydney Morning Herald. As Victory's inauguaral marquee signing...
  10. ^ "Archie Thompson, Adrian Leijer sign new deals with Melbourne Victory". The Guardian. 2 May 2014. Victory's first ever signing, and scorer, will join up with new marquee Besart Berisha next season, after agreeing a new deal with the club that takes him inside the salary cap
  11. ^ "Kevin Muscat appointed as new Melbourne Victory coach". The Guardian. 31 October 2013. Phoenix’s Ernie Merrick was the Victory's inaugural coach and Muscat the club's inaugural captain
  12. ^ "Victory youngster in line for debut". The Sydney Morning Herald. 6 January 2007. Scottish midfielder Grant Brebner will captain the side in the absence of captain Muscat and vice-captain Thompson.
  13. ^ "SOCCER: Knights stars face cream of the Bay". The New Zealand Herald. 15 June 2006. Knights unveil their marquee signing for the 2006/07 season. Son of the legendary Archie Gemmill, [Scot Gemmill]
  14. ^ "Mariners escape with controversial win". ABC News. 28 September 2006. ...from New Zealand captain Darren Bazeley...
  15. ^ a b Roach, Stewart (7 June 2006). "Easy come, easy go: Okon signs for Jets as captain Zelic quits". The Sydney Morning Herald.
  16. ^ Cockerill, Michael (14 December 2006). "Sydney stars on the radar as Smith goes Glory seeking". The Sydney Morning Herald. One player who will still be at the Glory next season is marquee signing Stan Lazaridis
  17. ^ "Harnwell named Glory captain". The Sydney Morning Herald. 6 May 2005.
  18. ^ "Roar name inaugural captain". ABC News. 3 May 2005. A-League club Queensland Roar have named Chad Gibson as their inaugural captain...
  19. ^ "Yorke goes Down Under". The Guardian. 30 June 2005. The former Manchester United, Aston Villa, Blackburn and Birmingham striker is Sydney's marquee player
  20. ^ "Yorke confirms Sunderland move". The Sydney Morning Herald. 1 September 2006.
  21. ^ "Long time coming for Rudan". The World Game. SBS. 2 March 2006.
  22. ^ "Butcher blows stack after star floored, Rudan sent off". The Sydney Morning Herald. 3 September 2006. a 14th-minute send-off of Sydney captain Mark Rudan...
  23. ^ "A-League Pre-Season Schedule Confirmed". 1 June 2006. Archived from the original on 30 August 2006.
  24. ^ "AFC confirm Sydney and Adelaide". 21 November 2006. Archived from the original on 18 May 2011.
  25. ^ Nick Carle takes out Johnny Warren Medal Archived 17 June 2011 at the Wayback Machine, A-League, 27 February 2007.

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