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Rusty Dunks
Phoenix Academy
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Steven Old......so, so bad.....you too, Bunce.....

some tasty tackles in there that refs might not be as lenient on these days

coochiee
Starting XI
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Strong Socceroos side, full of EPL and other European players. Missing only Viduka, Kewell, Grella, and Culina from their very good 2006 WC side.

Who was Michael Wilson?

Whatever happened to Webster? Had a short A League stint at Perth Glory.

reg22
Starting XI
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Michael Wilson is the son of Ole Academy founder Dave and currently runs Ole. The other son, Matt was also a pretty good player.

Mike played for Western Suburbs and Team Wellington. Not sure if he ever did anything of note overseas.

Was a pretty decent player IMO. Played at DM or LB

reg22
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Webster's wiki page is here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adrian_Webster_(foot...

He had a pretty darn cool on field fist fight with Jamie Harnwell and didn't last much longer at Glory

bolton4ever
Trialist
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Hi, just wondering if anybody has any coverage of the 1990 Chatham Cup Final - Christchurch United v Mt Wellington which was shown on TV3. Thanks! 

The JourneyFan
Starting XI
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bolton4ever wrote:

Hi, just wondering if anybody has any coverage of the 1990 Chatham Cup Final - Christchurch United v Mt Wellington which was shown on TV3. Thanks! 

Try this - Noel Barkley got this guy to make up a highlights package a couple of years ago

https://www.facebook.com/yoshiki.saga/videos/47344...

http://thejourneyfan.blogspot.co.nz/

New Zealand Football Media Association Website of the year 2015 & 2016

Khalil Media
Phoenix Academy
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Morning all, a match that (in my opinion) started off all the good that came in 2010...

bolton4ever
Trialist
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Awesome! Thanks so much for sharing! 

bolton4ever
Trialist
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bolton4ever wrote:

Hi, just wondering if anybody has any coverage of the 1990 Chatham Cup Final - Christchurch United v Mt Wellington which was shown on TV3. Thanks! 

Try this - Noel Barkley got this guy to make up a highlights package a couple of years ago

https://www.facebook.com/yoshiki.saga/videos/47344...

Thanks so much for sharing!

Khalil Media
Phoenix Academy
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Evening all, friendly from back in 2006 which saw a few debuts back on home soil...

D-Sidi
Phoenix Academy
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We gave the post a good workout in that game...decent crowd as well.

coochiee
Starting XI
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D-Sidi wrote:

We gave the post a good workout in that game...decent crowd as well.

Few Cantabs in the team probably helped. 

If you include Brockie who was playing for Canterbury United, in the Prem at the time.

As were Fleming and Barron.

Khalil Media
Phoenix Academy
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Second match v Malaysia :)

Khalil Media
Phoenix Academy
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After Malaysia series in 2006, the All Whites headed to Chile for 2 matches - not great results, but Shane Smeltz's first All Whites goal...

Khalil Media
Phoenix Academy
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After playing Chile, the All Whites headed to Europe for a four match tour, beginning with Hungary in Budapest:

Khalil Media
Phoenix Academy
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Final match of the 2006 European tour was a glamour friendly against Brazil in Geneva

Nelfoos
First Team Squad
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coochiee wrote:

D-Sidi wrote:

We gave the post a good workout in that game...decent crowd as well.

Few Cantabs in the team probably helped. 

If you include Brockie who was playing for Canterbury United, in the Prem at the time.

As were Fleming and Barron.

Brockie ain't no Cantab mate

Olympic Dream, VUWAFC Women's Reserves

coochiee
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Nelfoos wrote:

coochiee wrote:

D-Sidi wrote:

We gave the post a good workout in that game...decent crowd as well.

Few Cantabs in the team probably helped. 

If you include Brockie who was playing for Canterbury United, in the Prem at the time.

As were Fleming and Barron.

Brockie ain't no Cantab mate

Yes Nelfoos he's a proud Nelsonian.

But as I stated above he played for Canterbury United - so the ChCh locals would of course been interested, in seeing him turning out for the AWs. 

I watched him run around English Park a few times 2005-2006, in a red shirt with those flowing dreadlocks.

Nelfoos
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coochiee wrote:

Nelfoos wrote:

coochiee wrote:

D-Sidi wrote:

We gave the post a good workout in that game...decent crowd as well.

Few Cantabs in the team probably helped. 

If you include Brockie who was playing for Canterbury United, in the Prem at the time.

As were Fleming and Barron.

Brockie ain't no Cantab mate

Yes Nelfoos he's a proud Nelsonian.

But as I stated above he played for Canterbury United - so the ChCh locals would of course been interested, in seeing him turning out for the AWs. 

I watched him run around English Park a few times 2005-2006, in a red shirt with those flowing dreadlocks.

Playing for a club in a different city doesn't mean you're from that city.

Olympic Dream, VUWAFC Women's Reserves

coochiee
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Nelfoos wrote:

coochiee wrote:

Nelfoos wrote:

coochiee wrote:

D-Sidi wrote:

We gave the post a good workout in that game...decent crowd as well.

Few Cantabs in the team probably helped. 

If you include Brockie who was playing for Canterbury United, in the Prem at the time.

As were Fleming and Barron.

Brockie ain't no Cantab mate

Yes Nelfoos he's a proud Nelsonian.

But as I stated above he played for Canterbury United - so the ChCh locals would of course been interested, in seeing him turning out for the AWs. 

I watched him run around English Park a few times 2005-2006, in a red shirt with those flowing dreadlocks.

Playing for a club in a different city doesn't mean you're from that city.

Of course not. But if he is playing for your local national Prem side, and then he is playing for the AWs (who rarely play in ChCh) you are more likely to have an interest in him as a local player than some of his international team mates. 

Brockie got his first go at National League football in Christchurch. Call him an “adopted Cantab” but certainly a Nelson product.

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