The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of the A-League Grand Final

Melbourne Victory are the 2014-2015 A-League Premiers. and to the victors go the spoils… and the opportunity to give Graham Arnold a decent old whack (a-la Mark Williams after the 2007 AFL Grand Final). [Have loved reading Dennis’ ‘Good Bad, Ugly…’ all season and the Grand Final edition doesn’t disappoint. – SCB]

Almanac Soccer: Round 24 of the A-League – Hamish Neal’s ‘No Subs’ Edition

It’s the final month of Soccer in the Hyundai A-League. Sky Sports Radio’s Hamish Neal previews the round 24 action across a big Easter weekend.

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Round 21 of the A-League

Lots to be happy about this week if you’re a Wellington Phoenix fan or Sydney FC fan. On the other hand, if you’re a Melbourne City – or like Dennis, a Perth Glory fan, well… yeah… not so great a week to be had

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Round 20 of the A-League

In this week’s A-League Good, Bad and Ugly, Dennis reflects on a spiteful Melbourne Victory and Perth Glory match, lauds Marc Janko and Mickael Taveres’ work in Sin City, and is left scratching his head at the inconsistency of Melbourne City. Dennis also has his fingers crossed that some of the best pitches in the competition have held up ok after the Foo Fighters’ recent tour down under.

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Round 17 of the A-League

Game-changing refereeing calls, internecine warfare at Newcastle, Perth Glory players celebrating their discovery of a nightspot in Adelaide that’s open on a Sunday night and Brisbane Roar finding form at the right time of the season. It’s Dennis Gedling’s good, bad and ugly from week 17 of the A-League

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Round 16 of the A-League

The Asian Cup whirlwind has left town so the focus returns to the domestic competition. Sports fans were served up with some brilliant games across this weekend’s A-League fixtures. Dennis Gedling nicely packages up the’ what-you-need-to-know’.

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly of the A-League 2014/15 so far

Dennis Gedling runs the rule over the current state of play in the A-League as we approach both the half-way point of the season, and the domestic break for the 2015 Asian Cup. [A power of work here, and well worth the read – Ed]