Action Abroad - 24-02-04
Australian Under 23 vice-captain Luke Wilkshire kept Bristol City at the top of the English Division Two, with the only goal against Wrexham and make it 11 wins on the trot. Click here, for all the action from our players abroad over the past week.
ACTION IN THE UK… ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE Date: 21-02-04 * Socceroos Lucas Neill and Brett Emerton both played full games as Blackburn Rovers lost 3-2 away to Charlton Athletic. * Socceroo Mark Schwarzer (gk) played a full game while Australian Under 23 Brad Jones (gk) remained on the bench as Middlesbrough lost 2-1 away to Newcastle United. NATIONWIDE DIVISION ONE Date: 21-02-04 * Socceroo Tony Vidmar played a full game as Cardiff City won 4-0 at home against Sunderland. * Socceroo Tony Popovic played a full game as Crystal Palace lost 2-1 away to Derby County. * Socceroo Steve Corica and Andy Petterson (gk) both remained on the bench as Walsall lost 1-0 at home against Watford. * Clint Davies (gk) remained on the bench as Bradford City won 2-1 at home against Crewe Alexandra. * John Filan (gk) played a full game as Wigan Athletic drew 1-1 away to Stoke City. * Tim Cahill played a full game and scored the winning goal in the 77th minute as Millwall won 2-1 away to Preston North End. NATIONWIDE DIVISION TWO Date: 21-02-04 * Australian Under 23 Luke Wilkshire played a full game and scored the only goal of the game in the 3rd minute as Bristol City won 1-0 at home against Wrexham. The win was Bristol-s 11th successive victory and keeps them on top of the table after taking the spot midweek. * Frank Talia (gk) played a full game as Wycombe Wanderers lost 1-0 away to Barnsley. * Les Pogliacomi (gk) played a full game as Oldham Athletic drew 1-1 at home against Tranmere Rovers. * Chris Coyne played a full game as Luton Town won 4-0 at home against Brentford. * Mark Robertson received a yellow card and was replaced in the 80th minute as Stockport County lost 4-1 away to Notts County. Date: 20-02-04 * Joel Porter came on in the 13th minute as Hartlepool United drew 1-1 at home against Blackpool. * Richard Johnson came on in the 60th minute as Queens Park Rangers drew 1-1 at home against Peterborough United. Date: 17-02-04 * Australian Under 23 Luke Wilkshire was replaced in the 69th minute as Bristol City won 2-1 away to Grimsby Town. NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE Date: 21-02-04 * Ian Martin (gk) played a full game as Leigh RMI lost 2-0 away to Aldershot. * Christian Giannangelo remained on the bench as forest Green Rovers lost 2-1 at home against Gravesend Northfleet. * Scott Guyett played a full game as Chester City won 2-1 at home against Dagenham and Redbridge. * Jon Brady played a full game as Stevenage Borough won 1-0 at home against Halifax Town. SCOTTISH PREMIER LEAGUE Date: 22-02-04 * Australian Under 23 Adrian Madaschi played a full game as Partick Thistle lost 4-1 at home against Celtic. Date: 21-02-04 * Australian Under 23 Patrick Kisnorbo received a yellow card and was replaced in the 88th minute as Hearts won 3-1 at home against Dundee United. * David Zdrilic was replaced in the 88th minute as Aberdeen drew won 2-0 at home against Dunfermline. * Stuart Lovell was replaced in the 71st minute as Livingston lost 1-0 away to Dundee. * Australian Youth captain Scott McDonald was replaced in the 77th minute as Motherwell won 1-0 at home against Kilmarnock. The match was McDonalds first start for the Scottish Premier League side. SCOTTISH DIVISION TWO Date: 21-02-04 * John Maisano was replaced in the 88th minute but not before receiving a yellow card and scoring in the 74th minute as Greenock Morton drew 3-3 away to Alloa. ACTION IN EUROPE… BELGIAN DIVISION ONE Date: 21-02-04 * Socceroo Steve Laybutt played a full game as Mouscron won 2-1 at home against La Louviere. * Andy Vlahos played a full game as Cercle Brugge lost 7-0 away to Standard Liege. DUTCH DIVISION ONE (ERE DIVISIE) Date: 20-02-04 * Lindsay Wilson played a full game as FC Volendam won lost 1-0 away to Roda JC Kerkrade. DUTCH DIVISION TWO (GOUDEN GIDS DIVISIE) Date: 20-02-04 * Australian Under 23 Brett Holman was replaced in the 87th minute as Excelsior won 3-1 at home against AGOVV Apeldoorn. GERMAN DIVISION ONE (BUNDESLIGA) Date: 21-02-04 * Frank Juric (gk) remained on the bench as Bayer Leverkusen lost 3-1 at home against VfL Bochum. * Paul Agostino came on in the 76th minute as 1860 Munich lost 3-1 away to VfL Wolfsburg. GERMAN DIVISION TWO (2.BUNDESLIGA) Date: 22-02-04 * Sasa Radulovic came on in the 66th minute as RW Oberhausen lost 5-0 away to SVW Burghausen. Date: 20-02-04 * Christophe Teinert came on in the 73rd minute as FSV Mainz 05 drew 0-0 at home against Osnabruck. ITALIAN DIVISION ONE (SERIE A) Date: 22-02-04 * Socceroo Zeljko Kalac (gk) played a full game as Perugia won 2-1 away to Reggina. Date: 21-02-04 * Socceroo Marco Bresciano was replaced in the 88th minute, but not before scoring the winning goal in the 74th minute as Parma won 2-1 away to Sampdoria. SPANISH DIVISION ONE (PRIMERA LIGA) Date: 22-02-04 * Socceroo John Aloisi played a full game and scored in the 17th minute as Athletico Osasuna drew 1-1 at home against Mallorca. SWISS DIVISION ONE (SUPER LEAGUE) Date: 22-02-04 * Joel Griffiths was replaced in the 67th minute as Neuchatel Xamax lost 2-0 at home against FC Wil. TURKISH DIVISION ONE (SUPER LIG) Date: 22-02-04 * Socceroo Michael Petkovic (gk) played a full game and kept a clean sheet as Trabzonspor won 1-0 at home against Rizespor. Date: 21-02-04 * Socceroo Josip Skoko played a full game as Genclerbirligi won 2-0 at home against Bursaspor.
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