Archive for January, 2012
In a game between two teams who both harbour aspirations of reaching the post-season finals, there was little to separate United from the United Jets in more than just name alone, writes CHRIS BANKS.
Adelaide United’s unbeaten run under John Kosmina has ended, after the Reds lost 3 goals to 2 to Central Coast Mariners in a thriller game at Gosford, writes CHRIS BANKS.
It’s a breezy Sunday morning, at an hour when most people are still rubbing the sleep out of their eyes, but these men have already completed an 80km ride to McLaren Vale and back – with a latte stop in between, writes ELISE FANTIN
Crystal Castles either sound like the progenitors of a frenzied, punk-inspired rave scene, or someone kicking seven shades out of a Super Nintendo, writes CHRIS BANKS.
United and Victory shared the spoils after Sergio Van Dijk equalised for the Reds, cancelling out an opener from Melbourne’s Archie Thompson, writes CHRIS BANKS.
Adelaide United’s draw against Brisbane Roar this week managed to slightly banish the memory of the 7-1 thrashing Brisbane gave them earlier in the season, writes CHRIS BANKS.
The A-League’s inaugural ‘Big Wednesday’ fixture marathon delivered a huge result for United, with the Reds defeating Melbourne Heart by 3 goals to 1 at AAMI Park, writes CHRIS BANKS.
In his second spell as Adelaide United manager, John Kosmina’s first match back at Hindmarsh has ended in victory for the Reds, writes CHRIS BANKS.
Another dispiriting performance and another home-defeat have proven to be the final straw for beleaguered Reds boss Rini Coolen, writes CHRIS BANKS
A late strike from Fabian Barbiero salvaged a draw for Adelaide United against Melbourne Victory on Saturday evening, relieving some pressure on boss Rini Coolen, writes CHRIS BANKS.