Turner, Nick, Josh and Steve discuss the season that was.
Michael and Nick were joined by Vitali Trubila (defender for FK Slutsk in the Belarusian football league) as they discussed the worldwide spotlight, new fans and support, his footballing career and much more.
Thanks to A-League Memes for organising the interview.
*in Sydney derbies this season
What a way to postpone the league with a 1:1 draw in an empty Bankwest Stadium against your bitter rivals broadcast to the world – thrilling!
Apart from that, Turner, Josh and Nick are once again using the technology that’s been around for over a decade to bring this ATB from our remote locations.
This is around the undefeated in Sydney derbies bloc.
Interstate travel – hand sanitiser – Empty stadiums.
A-League for how we currently know it is up in the air (unlike Turner’s hands’) but the show must go on as do the matches behind closed doors.
Doing things differently for this one are Nick and Josh discussing the madness and mayhem of City vs WSW and other current topics at hand.
This is around the self-isolating bloc.
Must like the team, some ATB members were missing in action, but we still managed to finish the show with a win.
A poor performance against Brisbane Roar last Friday brought us all back down to earth from the derby high the week before, albeit some will argue we did it to ourselves.
Turner, Tats, Nick and Mina discuss the good with WSW, the bad with the A-League match and look to the next rounds.
Two from two! Derby delight for the second time this season: same score line, same scorer, different location. The Duke of Western Sydney scored the lone goal as we gave Sydney FC their second loss this season.
We go through the match, the W-League making the finals play-off for the first time plus some general WSW and A-League news.
This is the derby Baumjohann hasn’t won a game in yet.
This is around the bloc.
Whilst there should have been only scenes of celebrations in the Sydney derby in Kogarah this past Friday, there were scenes that should not be seen not just in the A-League, but in sports in general towards the fans none the less.
In this special ATB, Tats and Jaush discuss the situation that unfolded between the travelling away fans (notable in the RBB) and the police geared up in riot squad uniform.
After the bore draw against the Jets the previous week understandably spirits may have been down, but Captain Duke and the lads put up a fight to take it to dark horses Adelaide United where we WON 5 goals to 2. That’s amazing’!
Turner, Tats and Mina are making sure the show goes on (Turner especially) as they go through the win vs Adelaide, the W-League team and the upcoming reschedule Sydney derby.
This is around the bloc…I hope.
As the title states; rise and repeat. A strong start and flailing finish, a popular birthday boy and a big clash for the W-League team.
This is around the bloc.
JP took charge of his first match as head coach for a very long time and it proved to be a success with the Wanderers winning 3:1 away to the Central Coast Mariners with new signing Simon Richard Cox scoring on debut.
Turner and Nick took the drive up and saw the boys take the points while Josh and Tats looked on via the TV but all gave their input into what they liked, didn’t like and what they expect coming up in the Sydney derby.
This is around the Cox bloc.