Action Abroad - 27-07-04
Socceroos Scott Chipperfield and Mile Sterjovski are already back in action with their Swiss side FC Basel, with Chipperfield already in good form. Click here to see how they fared, along with several other Aussies in our weekly wrap.
ACTION IN EUROPE…
AUSTRIAN DIVISION ONE (T-MOBILE BUNDESLIGA) Date: 21-07-04 * Ned Zelic played a full game as FC Wacker Tirol lost 4-1 away to Rapid Vienna.
NORWEGIAN DIVISION ONE (ELITESERIEN) Date: 25-07-04 * Kasey Wehrmann came on in the 78th minute as Lillestrom won 5-1 at home against Viking. SWISS DIVISION ONE (AXPO SUPER LEAGUE) Date: 23-07-04 * Qantas Socceroo Scott Chipperfield (pictured above) played a full game and received a yellow card, while Qantas Socceroo Mile Sterjovski was replaced in the 80th minute, as FC Basel drew 1-1 at home with Neuchatel Xamax. For Xamax, Joel Griffiths was replaced in the 64th minute. Date: 17-07-04 * Qantas Socceroo Scott Chipperfield played a full game, received a yellow card, scored a goal in the 74th minute and set up two others, while Qantas Socceroo Mile Sterjovski was replaced in the 60th minute, as FC Basel won 6-0 at home against Aarau. ACTION IN ASIA… MALAYSIAN DIVISION ONE (SUPER LEAGUE) Date: 24-07-04 * Mark Rudan played a full game and scored in the 71st minute as Selangor Public Bank won 2-0 at home against Sabah. * Ante Milicic played a full game as Pahang won 2-0 away to Penang.
SINGAPORE DIVISION ONE (S LEAGUE) Date: 23-07-04 * Andrew Durante played a full game as Balestier Khalsa lost 6-0 away to Young Lions. Date: 22-07-04 * Alex Duric played a full game as Geylang United lost 2-0 at home against Tampines Rovers.
ACTION IN AMERICA… WOMENS DIVISION ONE (W-LEAGUE) Date: 24-07-04 * Stacey Stocco played a full game while Caitlin Munoz was replaced in the 63rd minute as Boston Renegades won 3-2 at home against Toronto Inferno.
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