thank u im looking foward to seeing boys win on tuesday night
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i was a spirit fan from day 1 but i thought the bobstand were all c***s my dad used 2 run the scoreboardForum name: valentius borealis
real name: Alex
Background that you wish to reveal: I started following club football when I was on student exchange in Paraguay. A couple of years later a friend (who is now in The Cove) got me to come to Northern Spirit matches which I attended regularly for 3 years (2 years in the Bobstand, 1 year on the terrace at Pittwater).
After the demise of the NSL, I waited to see what would happen with the A-League and when the Mariners started up, the involvement of McKinna, Ferguson and Tobin made my choice easy, despite Sydney FC being closer.
Interests, football and other: Mariners and the mighty Club Olimpia, Sydney Swans, many other sports including cycling (attending a mountain stage of Le Tour de France is a dream of mine), tennis, field hockey (which I played as a kid) and swimming (again from childhood participation, having won my age group at the the school swimming carnival every year in high school).
I'm interested in sports statistics and am a contributor to a couple of football related websites.
can't wait 2 c a-league allstars vs mufcForum name: Sydgirl (may well change sooner rather than later)
Real name: Joanne (but prefer Jo)
Location: Peakhurst in Sydney's south
Background: Spent EVERY childhood xmas holidays at Ettalong / Umina.
I'm a Travel Agent who obviously loves travelling (Best holiday was West Indies)
I was a Triathlete before I injured my knee, and would love to get back into it.
Age: Old enough to be your mother :-X
Interests: Rugby League (Wests Tigers), Cricket, Football (Man U in EPL and you know about my A League situation), I can sit and watch the Olympics all day, every day
GGMU Bring on the a-league allstars!!!forum name: mariners4ever
real name: harry macdougall
background: played football for 11 years with gosford city, played 1 season with dinamo marinators futsal, just finished year 10 at lisarow high school
interests: most sports, following the mariners and man utd, playing cricket
I didn't even know this thread existed. Woops. Is it too late to introduce myself here?
Forum name: eenfish
Name called by your friends (that's us): Ian
Location: Stanmore, but moving to Melbourne come new year.
Background that you wish to reveal: Coastie until start of this year.
Interests, football and other: I don't like FIFA, but I play a lot of Football Manager. AC Milan is my Euro football team. I also like angry music, if anybody else here likes that sort of thing. I also follow a bit of American football with the New England Patriots.