Action Abroad - 09-08-05
Qantas Socceroo Mile Sterjovski put the disappointment of not being selected in Guus Hiddink's first camp squad, by scoring twice for FC Basel on the weekend. Click through here to see how Mile and the increasing number of Aussies Abroad fared over the past week.
ACTION IN THE UK…
ENGLISH CHAMPIONSHIP Date: 06-08-05 * Paul Henderson remained on the bench, while Socceroos Danny Tiatto (suspension) and Patrick Kisnorbo (knee) were not in the squad, as Leicester City lost 4-1 away at Sheffield United. * Qantas Socceroo Tony Popovic (ankle) and Qantas Under 23 Anthony Danze were not in the squad, Crystal Palace lost 2-1 at home against Luton. For Luton, Chris Coyne was not in the squad. * Paul Reid played a full game, as Brighton Hove Albion drew 1-1 away at Derby County. * Adam Griffiths was not in the squad, as Watford lost 2-1 at home against Preston.
ENGLISH LEAGUE ONE Date: 06-08-05 * Jacob Burns played a full game, as Barnsley won 2-0 at home against Swindon. * Qantas Under 20 Aaron Downes played a full game, as Chesterfield won 3-1 away at Blackpool. * Qantas Socceroo Luke Wilkshire played a full game, as Bristol City drew 0-0 at home with Doncaster. For Doncaster, Adam Hughes was not in the squad. * Richard Garcia (shin) was not in the squad, as Colchester lost 2-1 away at Gillingham. * Joel Porter (knee) was not in the squad, as Hartlepool lost 2-0 at home against Brentford. * Gareth Edds played a full game, while Nick Rizzo was not in the squad, as Milton Keynes Dons drew 2-2 at home with Bournemouth. * Les Pogliacomi remained on the bench, as Oldham Athletic won 2-0 at home against Yeovil. For Yeovil, Scott Guyett (knee) was not in the squad.
ENGLISH LEAGUE TWO Date: 06-08-05 * Predrag Bojic played a full game and scored in the 53rd minute, as Northampton drew 1-1 away at Lincoln City. * Mark Robertson (medial ligament) was not in the squad, as Stockport County drew 2-2 at home with Mansfield. * Qantas Under 20 Ruben Zadkovich (suspension) was not in the squad, as Notts County drew 0-0 with Torquay. * Frank Talia (gk) played a full game, as Wycombe Wanderers drew 1-1 at home against Carlisle. * Shane Huke was not in the squad, as Peterborough lost 1-0 at home against Chester.
SCOTTISH PREMIER LEAGUE Date: 06-08-05 * Scott McDonald (injury) was not in the squad, as Motherwell won 1-0 at home against Dunfermline. * Daniel McBreen was replaced in the 84th minute, as Falkirk won 2-0 away at Livingston. * Danny Invincibile (injury) was not in the squad, as Kilmarnock won 2-1 away at Aberdeen.
SCOTTISH DIVISON ONE Date: 06-08-05 * Qantas Socceroo Adrian Madaschi played a full game, as Dundee 3-2 at home against St Mirren. * Stuart Lovell played a full game, as Queen of South lost 4-0 away at St Johnstone. * Scott Tunbridge came on in the 59th minute, as Hamilton Academical won 2-1 away at Brechin.
SCOTTISH DIVISION TWO * John Maisano remained on the bench, as Ayr won 2-0 at home against Dumbarton.
ACTION IN EUROPE…
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Second Qualifying Round - 2nd Leg Date: 03-08-05 * Qantas Socceroo Ljubo Milicevic played a full game, as FC Thun won 1-0 at home against Dynamo Kiev (Ukraine). Thun won 3-2 on aggregate and will play Malmo FF (Sweden) for a place in the group stage. * Clayton Zane was not in the Anderlecht squad that lost 1-0 away at Neftchi (Azerbaijan). Anderlecht won 6-0 on aggregate and will play SK Slavia Prague (Czech Republic). Date: 02-08-05 * Qantas Socceroo Harry Kewell (surgery) was not in the squad, as won 2-0 at home against Kaunas (Lithunia).
BELGIAN JULIPER LEAGUE Date: 06-08-05 * Brendan Santalab came on in the 63rd minute, as Sint-Truiden won 1-0 at home against Roeselare. * Clayton Zane was not in the squad, as Anderlecht won 6-0 at home against La Louviere. * Qantas Socceroo Stephen Laybutt played a full game, as AA Gent lost 3-1 at home against Zulte-Waregem.
CROATIAN 1.NHL. Date: 06-08-05 * Eddy Bosnar was not in the squad, as Dinamo Zagreb won 5-1 at home against Rijeka.
DANISH SUPERLIGAEN Date: 07-08-05 * Qantas Under 23 Shane Cansdell-Sherriff did not play, as AGF Aarhus drew 1-1 away at FC Kobenhavn.
GERMAN BUNDESLIGA Date: 06-08-05 * Frank Juric (gk) remained on the bench, as Hannover drew 2-2 at home against Hertha Berlin.
GERMAN BUNDESLIGA 2 Date: 07-08-05 * Qantas Socceroo Paul Agostino played a full game, as 1860 Munich won 2-1 away at LR Ahlen. * Christophe Teinert played a full game and scored in the 80th minute, as SpVgg Unterhaching won 3-0 at home SC Paderborn 07. Date: 06-08-05 * Joshua Kennedy played a full game, as Dynamo Dresden lost 3-1 away at SpVgg Greuther Furth. * Peter Buljan came on in 65th minute, as Saarbrucken lost 4-0 at home against VfL Bochum.
NORWAY TIPPELIGAEN Date: 07-08-05 * Dylan Macallister came on in the 79th minute, as Brann drew 0-0 at home with Aalesund. * Kasey Wehrman and Shane Stefanutto both played full games, while Sasa Radulovic did not play, as Lillestrom won 2-1 away at Rosenborg.
REPUBLIC OF IRELAND PREMIER DIVISION Date: 05-08-05 * Chris O-Connor (gk) played a full game, as Bray Wanderers drew 2-2 away at Derry City.
ROMANIAN DIVIZIA A * Qantas Socceroo Michael Thwaite and Qantas Under 23 Ryan Griffiths both played full games, with Thwaite receiving a yellow card, while Wayne Srhoj was sent off in the 88th minute for a second yellow card offence, as FC National won 1-0 at home against FCM Bacau. * Qantas Socceroo Jon McKain played a full game, as FCU Politehnica Timisoara won 3-0 at home against Politehnica Iasi.
SWEDISH ALLSVENSKAN Date: 05-08-05 * Ante Covic (gk) played a full game, as Hammarby drew 2-2 away at Djurgardens IF FF.
SWEDISH SUPERETTAN Date: 07-08-05 * Chay Hews played a full game, as Vastra Frolunda lost 3-1 away at Orebro SK.
SWISS SUPER LEAGUE Date: 30-07-05 * Joel Griffiths played a full game, as Neutchatel Xamax lost 2-0 away at Aarau. * Qantas Socceroo Scott Chipperfield played a full game, while Qantas Socceroo Mile Sterjovski (pictured above) was replaced in the 80th minute, but not before scoring in the 19th and 69th minutes, as FC Basel won 2-1 away at Yverdon. * Qantas Socceroo Ljubo Milicevic was replaced in the 54th minute, as FC Thun drew 2-2 away at Zurich.
TURKISH SUPER LIG Date: 06-08-05 * Qantas Socceroo Michael Petkovic (gk) played a full game, as Sivasspor drew 1-1 at home with Malatyaspor. * Qantas Socceroo Josip Skoko did not play, as Genclerbirligi drew 0-0 at home with Fenerbahce.
ACTION IN ASIA…
SINGAPORE S-LEAGUE Date: 06-08-05 * Jon Angelucci played a full game, scored in the 4th and 67th minutes, as Woodlands Wellington drew 2-2 awat at Tampines Rovers FC. Date: 05-08-05 * Alex Duric played a full game, as Singapore Armed Forces lost 1-0 at home against Sinchi FC. Date: 03-08-05 * Christian Cevenini came on in the 71st minute, as Geylang United FC lost 3-2 away at Paya Lebar Punggol FC.
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