Action Abroad - 18-01-05
The last week proved an important one for several of overseas-based players, with several players getting amongst the goals, while for the likes of Qantas Socceroo John Aloisi, getting back on the park after injury, was just as important. Click here to see how John and the other Aussies Abroad players fared over the past week.
ACTION IN THE UK… ENGLISH LEAGUE CUP Semi Final - 1st Leg Date: 11-01-05 * Qantas Socceroo Harry Kewell was not in the squad, as Liverpool won 1-0 at home against Watford.
BARCLAY PREMIERSHIP Date: 16-01-05 * Qantas Socceroo Mark Schwarzer (gk) played a full game, while Mark Viduka (hamstring) was not in the squad, as Middlesbrough drew 1-1 at home against Everton. For Everton, Qantas Socceroo Tim Cahill was replaced in the 86th minute, but not before scoring in the 76th minute. Date: 15-01-05 * Qantas Socceroo Harry Kewell (groin) was not in the squad, as Liverpool lost 1-0 at home against Manchester United. * Hayden Foxe (foot) was not in the squad, as Portsmouth lost 1-0 at home against Blackburn Rovers. For Blackburn, Qantas Socceroo Brett Emerton played a full game and received a yellow card, while fellow Qantas Socceroo Lucas Neill (suspended) was not in the squad. * Qantas Socceroo Stan Lazaridis (thigh) was not in the squad, as Birmingham City lost 3-1 away at Charlton. * Qantas Socceroo Tony Popovic was not in the squad, as Crystal Palace lost 3-1 away at Manchester City.
COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP Date: 15-01-05 * John Filan (gk) played a full game, as Wigan Athletic won 2-0 away at Rotherham. * Qantas Socceroo Kevin Muscat played a full game, as Millwall won 2-1 away at Nottingham Forest. * Qantas Socceroo Danny Tiatto (fractured cheekbone) was not in the squad, as Leicester City drew 1-1 away at Preston. * Paul Reid played a full game, as Brighton & Hove Albion won 2-1 away at Sheffield United. * Jamie McMaster was not in the squad, as Leeds United drew 1-1 at home with Cardiff City. For Cardiff, Qantas Socceroo Tony Vidmar remained on the bench. * Qantas Young Socceroo Trent McClenahan (Qantas Young Socceroos) was not in the squad, as West Ham lost 4-2 away at Wolverhampton Wanderers. Date: 14-01-05 * Richard Johnson was not in the squad, as QPR won 1-0 at home against Stoke City.
COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE Date: 15-01-05 * Qantas Socceroo Luke Wilkshire played a full game, as Bristol City drew 0-0 at home with Bradford City. For Bradford, Paul Henderson (gk) played a full game. * Joel Porter was replaced in the 76th minute, but not before scoring in the 68th minute and receiving a yellow card, as Hartlepool won 2-1 away at Torquay. * Gareth Edds played a full game; Nick Rizzo was replaced in the 90th minute, while Anthony Danze (hamstring) was not in the squad, as Milton Keynes Dons won 2-0 at home against Colchester. For Colchester, Richard Garcia came on in the 76th minute. * Chris Coyne played a full game and scored in the 29th minute, as Luton Town won 3-0 at home against Stockport County. For Stockport, Mark Robertson (thigh) was not in the squad. * Les Pogliacomi (gk) played a full game, as Oldham Athletic lost 2-1 at home against Doncaster. * Danny Allsopp came on in the 79th minute, as Hull City drew 2-2 at home with Peterborough. * Aaron Downes (Qantas Young Socceroos) was not in squad, as Chesterfield lost 3-0 away at Walsall. * Jacob Burns played a full game, as Barnsley 4-2 at home against Huddersfield. * Brad Jones (gk) played a full game, as Blackpool drew 2-2 away at Swindon Town.
COCA-COLA LEAGUE TWO Date: 15-01-05 * Frank Talia (gk) played a full game and received a yellow card, as Wycombe Wanderers drew 2-2 away at Swansea. * Scott Guyett played a full game and scored in the 82nd minute, while Adrian Caceres came on in the 66th minute and received a yellow card, as Yeovil lost 2-1 away at Oxford United. * Predrag Bojic played a full game, as Northampton drew 1-1 at home against Darlington. For Darlington, Adrian Webster played a full game. Date: 11-01-05 * Predrag Bojic came on at half time, as Northampton won 2-1 away at Grimsby Town.
SCOTTISH FA CUP 3rd Round Date: 11-01-05 * Stuart Lovell played a full game, as Livingston won 2-1 at home against Morton. For Morton, John and Marco Maisano were not in the squad.
SCOTTISH PREMIER LEAGUE Date: 15-01-05 * Danny Invincibile played a full game, as Kilmarnock won 2-0 at home against Motherwell. For Motherwell, Scott McDonald played a full game. * Stuart Lovell played a full game, as Livingston lost 2-0 at home against Hibernian. * Qantas Socceroo Patrick Kisnorbo (suspended) was not in the squad, as Hearts won 3-2 at home against Dundee United.
SCOTTISH DIVISION ONE Date: 15-01-05 * Daniel McBreen remained on the bench, as Falkirk won 3-0 away at St Johnstone. * Qantas Socceroo Adrian Madaschi played a full game, as Partick Thistle won 3-1 at home against Queen of South. * Iain Fyfe played a full game; David Carney was replaced in the 63rd minute, while Scott Tunbridge (knee) was not in the squad, as Hamilton Academical lost 1-0 at home against Clyde.
SCOTTISH DIVISION TWO Date: 15-01-05 * Scott MacNicol remained on the bench, as Brechin City won 1-0 away at Stranraer. * John Maisano & Marco Maisano were not in the squad, as Morton won 2-0 at home against Arbroath.
ACTION IN EUROPE…
BELGIUM JULIPER LEAGUE Date: 16-01-05 * Qantas Socceroo Alex Brosque was replaced in the 65th minute, as Westerlo won 2-0 at home against Oostende. For Oostende. Qantas Socceroo Paul Okon played a full game, while Brendan Santalab, Adam Griffiths and Steven Bozinovski did not play. Date: 15-01-05 * Michael Turnbull (gk) remained on the bench, as Standard Liege won 4-1 at home against Lierse. For Lierse, Qantas Socceroo Archie Thompson played a full game and scored in the 84th minute. * Andrew Vlahos came on in the 62nd minute, as Cercle Brugge lost 4-0 away at Lokeren. * Qantas Socceroo Stephen Laybutt played a full game and received a yellow card, as AA Gent drew 0-0 away at Germinal Beerschot.
GREEK DIVISION ONE Date: 16-01-05 * Travis Dodd did not play, as Panionios won 3-0 away at Ergotelis. Date: 15-01-05 * Kyriakos Tohourglou (gk) played a full game and received a yellow card, as PAOK Saloniki lost 2-1 away at against Apollon.
ITALIAN SERIE A Date: 16-01-05 * Socceroos Marco Bresciano and Vince Grella both played full games, with Bresciano scoring in the 52nd minute and Grella receiving a yellow card, as Parma won 2-1 at home against Lecce.
ITALIAN SERIE B Date: 17-01-05 * Jess Vanstrattan (gk) remained on the bench, as Verona lost 1-0 away at Piacenza. Date: 16-01-05 * Qantas Socceroo Zeljko Kalac (gk) played a full game, as Perugia won 1-0 at home against Albinoleffe. * Qantas Socceroo Max Vieri remained on the bench, as Ternana won 4-1 away at Catanzaro.
SPANISH KINGS CUP Quarter Final - 1st Leg Date: 12-01-05 * Qantas Socceroo John Aloisi (pictured above) was replaced in the 60th minute, as Osasuna won 2-0 at home against Getafa.
SPANISH PRIMERA LIGA Date: 16-01-05 * Qantas Socceroo John Aloisi remained on the bench, as Osasuna drew 0-0 at home with Valencia.
SPANISH SEGUNDA DIVISION Date: 16-01-05 * Jose Bello Amigo (gk) played a full game, as Racing Ferrol drew 2-2 away at Xerex.
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