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Sydney Morning Herald
Asian Champions League loss wake-up call for Sydney FC, says Graham Arnoldfor the round of 16. With Suwon still in their K-League pre-season and missing
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
for the round of 16. With Suwon still in their K-League pre-season and missing a couple of key players including Matt Jurman, the defeat - Sydney's first loss at Allianz Stadium in 22 months - represented a big opportunity missed. While far... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Calver set to start in Asian Champions Leaguedefender will be ready for the challenge of Korean powerhouse Suwon, who will b
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
defender will be ready for the challenge of Korean powerhouse Suwon, who will be missing Wollongong-born defender Matt Jurman (knee) for the clash. “I have a lot of faith and trust in Aaron every time he plays for us,” Arnold said. “He is... Read more
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News.com.au
Former Cove favourite to miss homecomingA-League: Sydney FC has beaten Melbourne City in round tewnty of the A-League.
News.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
A-League: Sydney FC has beaten Melbourne City in round tewnty of the A-League. Sydney's Matt Jurman diverts a cross during the round 8 A-League match between Sydney FC and Adelaide United at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016. (AAP... Read more
10d
Geelong Advertiser
Former Cove favourite to miss homecomingIT was a date he had ringed in his calender, but a deflated Matt Jurman has bee
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 10 days ago
IT was a date he had ringed in his calender, but a deflated Matt Jurman has been denied a return to Allianz Stadium to take on his former team Sydney FC in the Asian Champions League. Jurman will miss Wednesday’s clash between the Sky Blues and his... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Six more wins, and Sydney FC will break the A-League points record — againagainst Western Sydney Wanderers — a new challenge begins. Sydney FC host Suwo
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
against Western Sydney Wanderers — a new challenge begins. Sydney FC host Suwon Bluewings — including ex-Sky Blue Mathew Jurman — on Valentine's Day to begin its Asian Champions League campaign. Given its runaway domestic success, many believe... Read more
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15d
Canberra Times
Sydney FC players hopes of Socceroos selection dented by Wellington Phoenixand Mat Ryan. A trusted Singapore-based scout will monitor the Asian-based Aust
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
and Mat Ryan. A trusted Singapore-based scout will monitor the Asian-based Australians, such as Trent Sainsbury, Matt Jurman, Milos Degenek, Dylan McGowan and Mitchell Duke. "Both worked for us at the world championship to analyse the... Read more
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The Age
Sydney FC players hopes of Socceroos selection dented by Wellington Phoenixand Mat Ryan. A trusted Singapore-based scout will monitor the Asian-based Aust
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
and Mat Ryan. A trusted Singapore-based scout will monitor the Asian-based Australians, such as Trent Sainsbury, Matt Jurman, Milos Degenek, Dylan McGowan and Mitchell Duke. "Both worked for us at the world championship to analyse the... Read more
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15d
Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney FC players hopes of Socceroos selection dented by Wellington Phoenixand Mat Ryan. A trusted Singapore-based scout will monitor the Asian-based Aust
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
and Mat Ryan. A trusted Singapore-based scout will monitor the Asian-based Australians, such as Trent Sainsbury, Matt Jurman, Milos Degenek, Dylan McGowan and Mitchell Duke. "Both worked for us at the world championship to analyse the... Read more
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16d
The Courier Express Newspapers
Paperwork pushback: Lancaster County organizations join forces for shared data systemwould never be able to do if we didn’t have this.” The need is clear One of t
The Courier Express Newspapers / Posted 16 days ago
would never be able to do if we didn’t have this.” The need is clear One of the driving forces behind the effort is Dan Jurman, who became CEO of Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County in 2015. Growing up with a mom who was on public... Read more
27d
NZCity
Muscat coy on Victory's chances of upsetfive A-League meetings, with their last win coming at the same venue where Musc
NZCity / Posted 27 days ago
five A-League meetings, with their last win coming at the same venue where Muscat's men had won 1-0 courtesy of a Matthew Jurman own-goal. But the coach said that history counted for zip. "Everything in the past isn't important; we're looking... Read more
28d
The Age
Sydney 'not a mental block' for Victory as they seek to end losing streak against Sydneysince Melbourne Victory last beat Sydney FC – Australia Day 2016, when Kevin Mu
The Age / Posted 28 days ago
since Melbourne Victory last beat Sydney FC – Australia Day 2016, when Kevin Muscat's side won 1-0 courtesy of a Matthew Jurman own goal. Key striker Besart Berisha does not, however, subscribe to the theory that Graham Arnold's players have a... Read more
28d
Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney 'not a mental block' for Victory as they seek to end losing streak against Sydneysince Melbourne Victory last beat Sydney FC – Australia Day 2016, when Kevin Mu
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 28 days ago
since Melbourne Victory last beat Sydney FC – Australia Day 2016, when Kevin Muscat's side won 1-0 courtesy of a Matthew Jurman own goal. Key striker Besart Berisha does not, however, subscribe to the theory that Graham Arnold's players have a... Read more
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Goal.com
Top 50 Australian players of 2017: 20-11 - Cahill, Jedinak, Sainsbury and moretwo decisive goals against Syria as well as winning his 100th cap against Chile
Goal.com / Posted 1 months ago
two decisive goals against Syria as well as winning his 100th cap against Chile at the Confederations Cup. 19. Matthew Jurman 28, Suwon Bluewings (South Korea) The centre-back took a step into the unknown at the beginning of 2017 by electing... Read more

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