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Sports Future plans on hold during party

Source: 7pm TV News SA | Duration: 1min 49secTopics:a-league,sa. Posted May 03, 2016 20:08:35 A number of Adelaide United players have put off discussions about their futures, as the club celebrates its maiden A-League Premiership and Championship double.Supporters lapped up another chance to mingle with their heroes...
ABC
03/05
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Sports Adelaide United's Michael Marrone sidelined for up to nine months with ruptured Achilles

ABC
03/05
7 Points
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Western Sydney Wanderers coach Tony Popovic accuses Adelaide United's A-League champions of not playing football

ABC
02/05
20 Points
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Sports Bruce Kamau’s ‘unreal’ journey from Kenya to A-League Grand Final winner with Adelaide United

The Adelaide United winger was a standout as he opened the scoring in the Reds’ A-League grand final victory over Western Sydney Wanderers.But the matchwinning performance was a long way from his birthplace of Kenya where he first kicked a ball with older brother Ian.“It’s unreal, you can’t really put it into words,” Kamau, 21, said.
NewsComAu
02/05
10 Points
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Sports Adelaide United’s Craig Goodwin says defence help the Reds get over the line

Goodwin, the skinny kid from One Tree Hill who once worked part-time at KFC as an A-League rookie, is still reconciling the enormity of the achievement.“It’s not every season you get to win a championship and do the double so for us to do the double considering where we came from was amazing,” 103-game star Goodwin said.“It’s immense, a long time coming and deserved.”Goodwin, 24, lauded the impact of manager Amor, who had been a bastion of strength despite a rocky start to the season.
NewsComAu
02/05
10 Points
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Sports Live coverage of 2015-16 A-League grand final, Adelaide United v Western Sydney Wanderers

Now they’ve got the A-League Premiership-Championship double.“It’s a very big day, a great day for Adelaide,” Amor told Fox Sports afterwards.“It was a difficult game.”On the other end of the ledger, Tony Popovic said: “They gave it their all but in the end, first-half there were a couple of mistakes in possession (that) got punished.“We tried to come back, had our moments ...
NewsComAu
01/05
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Sports A-League Grand Final: Adelaide United beat Western Sydney Wanderers 3-1 in thriller to take first title

Updated May 01, 2016 20:24:08 Adelaide United has finally broken its title drought, beating Western Sydney Wanderers 3-1 in the A-League Grand Final at Adelaide Oval.In front of a packed crowd of 50,119, the Reds made a great start with first-half goals from Bruce Kamau and a stunning free kick from Isaias.
ABC
01/05
20 Points
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Sports A-League grand final live: Adelaide United beats Western Sydney Wanderers 3-1 in thrilling decider

ABC
01/05
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A-League Grand Final: Adelaide United beat Western Sydney Wanderers 3-1 in thriller to take first title

Updated May 01, 2016 20:24:08 Adelaide United has finally broken its title drought, beating Western Sydney Wanderers 3-1 in the A-League Grand Final at Adelaide Oval.In front of a packed crowd of 50,119, the Reds made a great start with first-half goals from Bruce Kamau and a stunning free kick from Isaias.
ABC
01/05
17 Points

A-League grand final 2016: Adelaide United beat Western Sydney Wanderers to claim first title

The Argentinian whipped in a cross that left the Wanderers' back four flat-footed and allowed Kamau to race in front of Scott Jamieson.The Kenyan-born winger showed great technique to read the bounce of the ball and clip home with his non-preferred left-foot, sending the home fans into delirium.It also sent Adelaide United into a place they'd never been: leading an A-League grand final. So pleased for my team because they are special players, coaches, staff and supporters.
The Age
01/05
5 Points

Sports A-League grand final 2016: Adelaide United beat Western Sydney Wanderers to claim first title

The Argentinian whipped in a cross that left the Wanderers' back four flat-footed and allowed Kamau to race in front of Scott Jamieson.The Kenyan-born winger showed great technique to read the bounce of the ball and clip home with his non-preferred left-foot, sending the home fans into delirium.It also sent Adelaide United into a place they'd never been: leading an A-League grand final. So pleased for my team because they are special players, coaches, staff and supporters.
The Age
01/05
1 Points
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