Macedonian-Australian players reports

The tenth round of the best Australian league didn’t go well for the players with Macedonian origin.

A-League | Round 10

Brisbane Roar – Melbourne Heart 1:2
Probably the most surprising result this round, as Melbourne surprised the leaders in the opening game in this round and gave them the second loss in a row. A note that Kliment Tasevski is still ruled out due to a hard injury (fractured foot) and it’s still undefined when he will be able to return.

Wellington Phoenix – Perth Glory 1:0
Perhaps the most boring game for 10th round. Perth Glory extended their losing streak when they go down to New Zealand. Mile Sterjovski was a starter and played 72 minutes in this game, but as most of his team mates he hasn’t showed nothing special although he got average ratings.

Central Coast Mariners – Newcastle Jets 2:0
With this win the Mariners reached the leaders and now they share the spot number 1 on the table along with Brisbane. Benjamin “Ben” Kantarovski played the last 10 minutes in this game after he got back from an injury in the first team. When he got in play the match was already resolved and he didn’t something that is worth to be mentioned.

Melbourne Victory – Adelaide United 1:1
The two most unpredictable teams in the league this season played a draw in their first mutual game this season. Blagoja “Billy” Celeski played the first half only at this game and it seemed as his manager was unhappy with his performances so he replaced him with Grant Brebner.

Gold Coast United – Sydney FC  0:0

The team of Petar Necevski, Sydney FC got only a draw with the last and probably the worst team this season, Gold Coast. Necevski was once again a second goalkeeper for Sydney and he spent the whole game on the bench. Interesting note for this game is that 7 players from the starting 11 for Sydney were booked with yellow card but none of them got a red one.

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