Action Abroad - 20-07-04
Nec Zelic made his return to European football when he made his debut for his Austrian side FC Wacker Tirol. Click through here to see how the rest of the players fared in their respective competitions.
ACTION IN EUROPE… AUSTRIAN DIVISION ONE (T-MOBILE BUNDESLIGA) Date: 13-07-04 * Ned Zelic (pictured) played a full game as FC Wacker Tirol won 1-0 at home against Graz AK. SWEDISH DIVISION ONE (ALLSVENSKAN) Date: 19-07-04 * Ante Covic (gk) played a full game as Hammarby won 3-0 at home against Djurgarden. ACTION IN ASIA… SINGAPORE DIVISION ONE (S LEAGUE) Date: 16-07-04 * Jon Angelucci played a full game and scored in the 11th minute as Singapore Armed Forces drew 1-1 away to Tanjong Pagar United. * Alex Duric played a full game and scored in the 50th minute as Geylang United lost 4-2 away to Home United. Date: 13-07-04 * Andrew Durante played a full game as Balestier Khalsa lost 3-2 away to Albirex Niigata. ACTION IN AMERICA… WOMENS DIVISION ONE (W-LEAGUE) Date: 18-07-04 * Caitlin Munoz was replaced in the 80th minute but not before scoring the opening goal in the 10th minute and creating goals in the 20th and 33rd minute as Boston Renegades won 4-1 at home against Western Mass Pioneers. Meanwhile, Stacey Stocco played a full game and scored the final goal of the game in the 55th minute. Date: 16-07-04 * Caitlin Munoz played a full game, created the third goal in the 17th minute and scored in the 36th minute as Boston Renegades won 5-1 away to Rhode Island Lady Stingrays. Meanwhile, Stacey Stocco came on in the 45th minute.
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