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The Latest from the Greek Media
Monday, 18-Sep-00 19:37:57

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    24.192.0.14 writes:

    From the English Supplement and the Back PAge of the latest Neos Kosmos: Boutsianis and Kalogeracos have signed for one year. Also on the back page: Milan Udravacz and Anthony Magnacca have been loaned out to the melbourne knights for the upcoming season.

    Any Opinions on the loaning out of Magnacca? I know that most people would be glad to get rid of Udravacz, especially considering that Jones and Petka are our first two choices. But Magnacca? I am not so sure about that choice. I would have liked to hold on to him, if only as a super sub, but maybe his attitude forced the club and Mickey P to look elsewhere?

    The Warlock


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Rae Murphy alias Sam
Sunday, 17-Sep-00 23:01:54

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    142.165.25.56 writes:

    trying to contact sam melbourne someplace 1965 canada 1387 last contact works or worked in computers lived in black something.

    bwranch@sk.sympatico.ca


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my site @ www.ellatha.homestead.com/SMSC.html
Saturday, 16-Sep-00 21:13:53

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    216.203.188.232 writes:

    visit it people. mad dog, wanna bag olympic again this season?
    anyway once again check out my site and sign the guestbook.
    cheers everyone

    yianni


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south scraps through....
Saturday, 16-Sep-00 03:44:03

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    61.12.103.235 writes:

    south melbourne over came a determined eastern pride team 2-1 in windy conditions at green gully reserve this afternoon.

    all goals came in first half of which south had control but loosened control in the second half and were lucky to not concede a goal. the game was quite scrappy and with the wind playing havoc the teams struggled to control on the sandy pitch. the goals were scored by fausto De amecis with a 40 yard pile driver into the top left hand corner of the net. the pride equiliser was a gift after a mistake by liparoti, with the winning goal coming from andy vlahos also making the most of a defensive error.
    the pride came out to play better than south in the second half and with the aid of the strong breeze created 3-4 clear chances on goal but wasted them. a good size crowd also saw the emergance of south skipper paul trimboli who played the last 30 minutes.

    the team....

    petka (jones) h/t

    yosa
    durakovic (kisnorbo) h/t
    lippa
    de amecis

    loza
    clarkson (burton....some bloke from NZ) h/t
    susa
    vlahos

    johnny.a. (sub trimmers) 60th
    kalogeracos


    man of the match was Susa.

    kramer


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Australia V Italy
Friday, 15-Sep-00 22:55:57

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    139.134.27.67 writes:

    I enjoyed Wednesday immensely, all expect for the result. I have had enough of the following:

    1. The MCG
    2. That particluar goal end.
    3. glorious defeats.
    4. Opposition coaches thinking we play a tough physical English game. ( Mr Tardelli should take a closer look at his charges)
    5. Local Australians who do not give the national team of their homeland enough credit....some of the bulls--- I have heard from that night was unbelievable...eg comments like Australians can't play football!....just F$%k off
    6. Local journos who still don't give our boys enough credit.
    7. s--- referees....who seemed to be giving the decisions all one way.

    Postitives:
    1. Another great advertisement for our beautifual game.
    2. The fact that as a nation we produce some damn good footballers.....and by the way their technique, although no Brasilians, were excellent.
    3. Although I am not a big Raul Blanco fan....he in my opinion was tacticly superb that night.
    4. That with more preparation Australian football teams should fear no one in the world except Brazil.


    You may say I am a sore loser........well I am and I do not care....I hate losing......our teams need to start beating these 1st worls soccer nations in order to get respect. We will get no respect from glorious defeats. A defeat is a defeat and it sucks fullstop....I have had a gut full of defeats.

    An one last thing...we all may be bagging the Italians for their shirt pulling, their bulling of the referee, their dives.....personally I hate it and the dickheads in FIFA should do something about it......but if other nations do it, why should we not do it. The god damn Iranians fell down like the proverbial bad of spuds...the Brazilians in NZ against were unsportmanlike...etc...What I am trying to say is that our players should get RUTHLESS.....the Italians were the most ruthless i have seen...it helped them get a result and that is what matters girls and boys for our game...

    I am sick of glorious defeats......


    I am off my soap box...and hopefully I will be able to go to that jinxed stadium to see the curse finally lifted when the boys make it to the semi

    Sayonara

    Sir Les

    Sir Les Murray - My thoughts


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Whussup, haven't spoken here in ages
Thursday, 14-Sep-00 07:04:37

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    202.161.124.18 writes:

    Just a reminder, the season is soon approaching, friendly games and Tynan Eyre cup already started. Fixture is out!!! All the games info, match news, club news, players pictures, ALL on my site @ htpp://welcome.to/smhellas. Also a new desktop wallpaper for your viewing pleasure!

    Michael [DiMoS]


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Last Nights Highlight
Thursday, 14-Sep-00 00:06:38

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    210.8.232.5 writes:

    Big Aussie Tone saying to Johnny Anastasiadis " hey johnny, if you were out there for 10 minutes you'd have score 2 goals"

    Thats was the highlight?????

    I should have stayed at home......

    Sonreito


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from official site.......
Wednesday, 13-Sep-00 22:15:15

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    203.108.0.58 writes:

    From the oficial site... got to be said after some intial worries the squad is looking rather stong



    Boutsianis returns for title glory
    Thursday, 14th September, 2000

    The South Melbourne Soccer Club is pleased to announce that its 1997/98 championship winning hero, Con Boutsianis, has signed a one-year deal with the club.

    Boutsianis, who has signed for his third stint with South Melbourne, played a key role in Perth Glory's minor premiership triumph last season, scoring 13 goals from 21 games before trialling with English first division club, Bolton Wanderers.

    �Obviously I'm happy to be playing with South Melbourne again. In Perth, I saw first-hand how highly rated South Melbourne is,� said the 28-year-old Boutsianis, following his signing yesterday.

    �I had a productive stint with Perth last season and enjoyed my time there, but unfortunately things didn't work out with my move overseas so a chance to join Australia's premier club in South Melbourne was a blessing in disguise.

    �I've enjoyed many good memories at South Melbourne and hopefully there's more to come this season. I'm very eager to get back on the field with the boys because the feeling amongst the squad at the moment is as positive as I have seen at this club.�

    Boutsianis is recovering from minor surgery to his right knee, which he declared is �responding extremely well and is not far from full recovery�. He has set the opening game of the new season on October 13 as a realistic date to be back on the playing field.

    The signing of Boutsianis has firmed the current South Melbourne squad assembled by new coach Mike Petersen � amongst some Melbourne soccer writers � as a title favorite to reclaim the national championship.

    In other player news, goal sneak Vas Kalogeracos, another former Perth Glory player aiming to sign with South Melbourne, is in negotiations with the club. His highly anticipated signing will further bolster an already impressive South Melbourne outfit.

    Mad Dog


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Ban the MCG & Ban the Ref's
Wednesday, 13-Sep-00 18:20:51

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    210.8.232.5 writes:

    Due to the ground hoodoo the MCG should be banned. As for the ref's............WHY DO THEY HATE US SO??????

    Sonreito


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A good night... but....
Wednesday, 13-Sep-00 17:21:15

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    203.108.0.57 writes:

    The result last night was again disappointing, although also left us with the feeling that all is not lost�

    The crowd was big, has to be said though the atmosphere for me was much better at the world cup qualifier in �97 against Iran..

    The pitch for a game of this magnitude was a disgrace, its seemed that players were playing in ice skates at times�

    Foxe not one of my favourites didn�t do anything to change that fact, I feel Colosimo would have been more affective if he was used as Foxe was..

    It was still great to see Australia on the world stage in front of a huge crowd, and even though I�ve grizzled about a few things was great for football in Melbourne�

    Then I got home and pushed the rewindbutton on the tape.. Jesus Christ� what was that Channel 7� the only saving grace was that they had Williams was commentating� we saw the players coming out for the start for about 2 seconds, we missed the national; anthems, there was no team listings, now were the crowd shots avoided on purpose, (ch 7), we always see plenty of crowd shots at big events such as this�

    Finally to all those who didn�t get to the MCG and in the past and currently bag SBS when it comes to sport specifically soccer/football, I hope you enjoyed the telecast, tossers.. and lets not comment on Sandy Roberts..

    Mad Dog


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a decent marketing effort at last.......
Wednesday, 13-Sep-00 00:34:29

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    203.108.0.59 writes:

    Finally our marketing people are making a bit of an effort, if they have come to realise that open exposure generally means good business, that's the best news from the club in a long long time�
    I�ll be looking for the billboards tonight..

    Mad Dog


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Help
Tuesday, 12-Sep-00 19:56:22

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    210.8.232.3 writes:

    On my record from the blue ribbon cup last sunday it states that this saturdays games have been move to Knights tip. Is this correct??? Or is it still at green gully reserve????
    It's organisation like this that puts people off. When are they ever going to get it right???

    Sonreito


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MCG&G; Army to rock the Olympics!!!
Tuesday, 12-Sep-00 01:37:46

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    203.108.7.170 writes:

    G&G; Army to meet at the Dickens throughout the afternoon tomorrow.
    Some will head off early to catch Brazil v Sweden.
    Others will stay and drink the place dry.
    Advice is to get to the MCG an hour before kickoff to avoid security delays.
    Charles Dickens... located at the corner of Collins and Elizabeth Streets, City - downstairs opposite the NAB.
    Go Aussies!!!!

    TBT


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Anymore news of Kalogeracos and/or Magnacca???
Monday, 11-Sep-00 22:55:36

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    203.108.0.58 writes:

    Mad Dog


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Bazza's BACK!!!!
Monday, 11-Sep-00 00:27:09

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    63.34.214.4 writes:

    I cannot believe the BULLs--- I am hearing from Cartoon supporters following yesterday's mismatch at Kingston Heath.
    Hey, d'udes, my computer's been stuffed, and I aint had much time, and I lost the link to the page, and NOW I'M BACK!! BIGGER AND BADDER THAN EVER!!!
    My reasoned approach to all things South Melbourne is being tested by those IGNORANT Cartoon supporters who OBVIOUSLY can't see past their own fat faces to see the reality of the game yesterday.
    In order:
    VB's $2.50
    I can't get 'em that cheap at the bottle-o!!
    Our lineup: Minus Trimmers, Madknackers and Lipparotti - with new boys Kaiser Sosa and Knobsuka (I don't have my program with me) was experimental and gelled well... good to see Ritchie Algaeitch back from injury - he is a Champ (even though their 'soft' goal was mainly his fault for letting his man have TOO much space and time) - we looked sharp.
    The Biffo: Started by Cartoon - Tricky's awful foul on Algaeitch ea..oh oh here comes the boss - ciao

    Barrington Womble Esq. OBE


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ID
Monday, 11-Sep-00 00:15:37

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    136.186.1.114 writes:

    Can anyone identify themselves as chanting at the Carlton game at Oly park last season "We like Elle Mcpherson but we hate Rod stewart" or something like that? Or where you too pissed to remember?

    HH


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Sore losers Carlton
Sunday, 10-Sep-00 23:15:44

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    210.8.232.4 writes:

    I have just returned from noddy land (Carlton messageboard) and I am struggling to understand how you can lose quite convincingly and still say you were the better team. Well this is what they are saying over there.
    Also, in the first half Carlton approached the game in a very physical manner. Tricky was reported and for the good of the team subbed as he was about to be red carded as he racked up poor challenge after poor challange. Sure, in the second half south got serious, Clarky was all over his man (grabbing not kicking)and they gave as good as they got. However, as I was directly in front of the Packer incident I can tell you exactly what happened. While Lozza was on the ground Packer kicked him 3-4 times (using the studs). Lozza then jumped up and pushed him. Packe went down as any professional does to draw the ref's attention and sympathy. The ref told lozza not to be bated,a nd told Packer to watch himself.
    If only they (Carlton) would the game from the wing they would get to see 100% of the game not just the 50% they want to see.
    All in all, a good win but we will need Lipa and trimmers to flesh out the team. Beware however, Carlton didn't have Archie or Colosimo or Horvat so they will improve.

    Sonreito


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Rumours
Sunday, 10-Sep-00 22:55:15

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    136.186.1.114 writes:

    Kalogeracos to sign
    Magnacca to be told to f--- off

    HH


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Hellas 3-1 Carlton
Sunday, 10-Sep-00 02:55:35

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    139.134.27.66 writes:

    It was a great result and one we thoroughly deserved.
    The first goal was a result of expert work in the left hand side by Andy Vlahos who ripped his mrker to shit. He worked his was in after a great long ball from Lozza and he had a great chance to shoot, but he wasn't greedy and rocketed a pass across goal for John Anastasiadis to tap home.
    The second was again courtesy of Johnny who capitalised on some great work on the right by Horse Coveny. Vaughan received it on the right and turned his man inside out. He played the ball to Johnny who, after his second touch, slammed it into the bottom left corner.
    The well deserved third goal was made by Vas Lalagerakos who was brilliant from when he came on inn the second half. Andy Vlahos was simply superb the whole game on the left and no-one could've deserved the goal more. Vas received the ball on the right and controlled it with his thigh, then put the ball forward of his left foot to which he crossed it to Vlahos who slammed it home from the edge of the box past Dean Anastasiadis who was simply pissed off by now.
    Throughout the game though, the tackles were simply crazy. Some of the tackles were red card material but the ref only produced a few yellows. It was a game though that seemed like a finals match because the play contained so intensity and determination.
    Honourable mentions
    Petka- Good debut with some nice touches. Made a great save in the first half ti tipover the bar from a powerful shot from Lapsanski.
    Iodifides- Great game and saved us on many occasions. Rock solid and went forward on many occasions to play the odd ball in.
    Susa- Good debut, his height really helped. Was great with his left often providing Loza for his runs.
    Durakovic- Impressive throughout the game with his bulldog deefending. Took many free-kicks and used them effexctively.
    Johnny A- Two great goals and was subbed late in the 2nd half. Was in top form and looks to have great effect this season.
    Vlahos- Easily the best on the ground with his mesmerising turns. Great the whole game.
    Loza- Stepped up in the 2nd half with some great crosses, turns and runs. I think the new haircut helped. Still didn't run that much, but was very good the whole time.
    Ok, that's it but please correct me if I'm wrong in some bits.

    Hellas Skip


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Hello!
Saturday, 09-Sep-00 09:57:11

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    195.188.22.131 writes:

    Hello!

    Niki


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AUSTRALIA
Saturday, 09-Sep-00 07:51:03

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    203.101.51.153 writes:

    I simply can not wait for wednesday's game at the MCG. I hope Austrlia route the Italians.
    Moreover, i hope that Australia has more supporters as i am half expecting the Australians born to Italian families to support the f---ing spags.

    james


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Dear Bazza Wom
Friday, 08-Sep-00 05:43:37

    Message:
    203.62.183.3 writes:

    I would like to know first hand from a South supporter who is not Greek such as yourself on how you feel about people cheering at using chants with the word "Hellas" at the games? Do you also join in and does it bother you at all?

    HH


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8-1 against South Dandenong
Wednesday, 06-Sep-00 04:55:51

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    165.228.130.12 writes:

    The boys got up 8 � 1 against Sth Dandy, it was an interesting hitout, for no other reason than they looked so composed on the ball.
    I must say it was a welcome sight the see Mem running around in our backline, Loza looked really unfit which is a worry, Demertzidis looked like a real live wire in the second half great for another option upfront
    All in all it was a training run nice to see the boys put a few away more importantly they had a good hitout�

    Mad Dog


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Ground sharing
Wednesday, 06-Sep-00 00:24:40

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    203.108.0.59 writes:

    This issue simply doesnt want to go away, comments on same would be appreciatted, personaly if Carlton came to BJS they would have to be "our" tenants.
    I say this from the point of view of credibility, as it has taken us a long time to be recognised as the number one sporting club in the district, i feel that, that would be threated by a club that openly admits that the future is probably not there.
    Furthermore i fail to see how it would be a financial positive, if you compared maintenance and housekeeping next to the crowds they pull, well it simply doesnt add up does it.
    BJS is our home lets not threaten it for no reason and lose what has taken time to build in the area, we need look no further than the perenial gypsies of the competion Olympic and their failings of having no credible base in Sydney, so i say we dont tack on baggage like that and build on whats their for "ourselves"
    Mad Dog

    Mad Dog


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Summer leagues
Tuesday, 05-Sep-00 03:00:04

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    203.108.0.57 writes:

    I want to play club soccer during the summer to keep in form for my school team. Does anyone know a league that is played around the first time as the NSL?
    Thanks

    Hellas Skip


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