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Took myself to watch former player John Anastasiadis' team Bentleigh Greens play against my home town club Heidelberg United in a cross town greek derby.

Bentleigh play some nice football and won the quarter final match to go into the semi finals of the FFA cup.

His teams have consistently performed well over a number of years and tbh he deserves a chance coaching an A-league based on track record.

Edited by Nea Bafra

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6 hours ago, Nea Bafra said:

His teams have consistently performed well over a number of years and tbh he deserves a chance coaching an A-league based on track record.

True but I can’t see him getting a gig at an A-League club even though he probably deserves it.  His name is a bit too woggy if you know what I mean.  His best chance would be to get a gig as an assistant and go from there.

How is the Olympic Village ?  Haven’t been there in ... probably 7 years now.  Never liked that ground.  I always preferred Olympic Park.  Yep, showing my age.

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13 hours ago, Bananas said:

True but I can’t see him getting a gig at an A-League club even though he probably deserves it.  His name is a bit too woggy if you know what I mean.  His best chance would be to get a gig as an assistant and go from there.

How is the Olympic Village ?  Haven’t been there in ... probably 7 years now.  Never liked that ground.  I always preferred Olympic Park.  Yep, showing my age.

The village looks okay with plans to redevelop [in a much more achievable manner than toumba] although this game was played at bentleigh greens home ground. with about 5k in attendance on a cold wednesday night.

pputs some of the superleague crowds to shame

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5 thousand ?!  The cyprians would’ve made a killing on gyros ha ha.  Good to see crowds like that though.

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Tomas Necid is now playing again in The Netherlands. This time for ADO Den Haag. He scored his first goal of the the season last week.

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