A.P.I.A. Leichhardt Tigers Ready to Roar in 2008

2007 Johnny Warren Cup winners A.P.I.A.-Leichhardt Tigers are hoping for a repeat performance of last season when they kick-start the pre-season tournament against Sydney United in two weeks time.[more]

Wollongong FC Hone Into Local Talent

Wollongong FC CEO Jock Morlando announced this week the club?s new pathway programme by announcing last season?s Illawarra Premier League star Matthew Bailey is training with the club.[more]

Matthew Nash Eagerly Anticipating 2008

The NSW Premier League?s Errea Goalkeeper of 2007 Matthew Nash is hoping that 2008 will be as successful as what he endured this past season after the classy custodian stood out as simply the best in the business under the posts.[more]

2008 Johnny Warren Cup Preview

Football fever will again grip the state of NSW after its long pre-season lay-off as the 2008 Johnny Warren Cup is set to kick-off on the 19th of January right through until the 16th of February with 12 NSW Premier League side?s...[more]

Saad Optimistic About Penrith Nepean United Season

Penrith Nepean United coach Abbas Saad has been one busy man. With the festive break coming to a start, Saad has had the tough task of putting together his team for 2008 but has had a number of obstacles that has made things...[more]

Arrarte Returns to His Roots

The familiar surroundings of Marconi Stadium will be Nahuel Arrarte?s new home for the next NSW Premier League season after the tough tackling defensive midfielder penned a deal with the Stallions for 2008.[more]

Glavas returns to Sydney United

Former NSW Premier League champions Sydney United made a significant step towards strengthening its squad for 2008 after rekindling its relationship with former player and striker Luka Glavas.[more]

Pasfield commits to Wollongong FC

Former Sydney FC shotstopper Justin Pasfield committed himself to Wollongong FC for the up and coming NSW Premier League season in a bid to resurrect his career in cracking a spot in the A-League once more[more]

West Sydney Berries ready for Premier League test

The club is scheduled to take on the Marconi Stallions on the 19th of January at Marconi Stadium as its first match against NSW Premier League opposition in the Johnny Warren Pre-Season Cup.[more]

Sydney Olympic appoint new first grade coach

Sydney Olympic will kick off the 2017 season with a new man in charge with the historic Australian club appointing Portuguese born Jamie Monroy Zamith as the First Team coach and Technical Director. Zamith takes over Grant Lee...[more]

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