Former Players Wrap: 15/10/13

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Headlines:
Two involved in Socceroos debacle
Brosque find the net in League Cup
10 former players star in R1 of the A-League

Transfer News: N/A

Internationals:
Australia

France 6-0 Australia
Matt McKay and Robbie Kruse started for Australia in the demolition. McKay played the full game, while Kruse came off at half time. Vidosic and Ognenovski were unused subs in the game.

New Zealand
Chivas USA 1-1 New Zealand.
Kosta Barbarouses gave the Kiwis a 1st half lead in their training game against MLS side Chivas USA. They’re preparing for their WCQ against the Concacaf side with a friendly against Trinidad and Tobago tomorrow.

Europe:
Romania:
Michael Baird (FC Universitatea Craiova)

Universitatea Craiova 1-0 CSM Ramnicu Valcea
2nd in Romanian Liga II (After 6 Rounds)
Baird started the game upfront and was substituted with 20 minutes remaining. Next up they travel to Mioveni on Saturday.

Asia:
Japan:
Yuji Takahashi (Kyoto Sanga)

Kashima Antlers 2-1 Kyoto Sanga (Emperors Cup R3)
Takahashi wasn’t involved. Next up they travel to Thespakusatsu Gunma in the league on Sunday.

China:
Erik Paartalu (Tianjin Teda)

Qingdao Jonoon 4-1 Tianjin Teda
8th in Chinese Super League (After 27 Rounds)
Erik started the game and played the full 90 minutes for Tianjin in the defeat.
They’re on the road next weekend as they travel to Changchun Yatai.

Korea:
Luke DeVere (Gyeongnam)

Dajeon Citizen 0-1 Gyeongnam
The win sees Gyeongnam remain in 4th in the K-League Classic table, 4 points clear of Daegu. DeVere wasn’t in the squad. Gyeongnam now are on a break until October 27th when they’ll host Jeju United.

United Arab Emirates:
Milan Susak (Al Wasl)

Al Wasl 1-4 Al Ahli (UAE League Cup)
6th in UAE League Cup Group B
Milan started and played the full 90 minutes. They’re back in league action on Saturday as they host Al Shabab.

Alex Brosque (Al Ain)
Al Ain 2-2 Al Sharjah (UAE League Cup)
2nd in UAE League Cup Group A
Alex started and scored the 2nd goal for Al Ain in the 39th minute. He played the full 90, picking up a yellow card in 1st half stoppage time. They’ll host Dubai in the league on Saturday.

Qatar:
Sasa Ognenovski (Umm Salal)

Umm Salal 1-1 Qatar SC (Stars Cup)
3rd in Qatari Stars Cup Group C
They travel to Al Ahli on Saturday. Sasa wasn’t involved as he was with the Socceroos squad.

Sayed Mohamed Adnan (Al Arabi)
Al Khor 1-6 Al Arabi (Stars Cup)
1st in Qatari Stars Cup Group A
No Adnan in the squad. They host Al Khor again, this time in the league on Sunday.

North America:
Costa Rica:
Jean Carlos Solórzano (Puntarenas)

Puntarenas 1-0 Santos de Guapiles
7th in Costa Rican Primera (After 14 Rounds)
Solórzano wasn’t in the squad. Next up is a trip to his former club Alajuelense on Friday.

Australia:
A-League:
Michael Zullo, Steven Lustica, Daniel Bowles (Adelaide United)

Adelaide United 3-1 Perth Glory
All 3 started for the Reds, Zullo and Bowles played the full game, Lustica was subbed after 62’. Bowles also got a yellow after 74’.

Nick Fitzgerald, Liam Reddy (Central Coast Mariners)
Central Coast Mariners 1-1 Western Sydney Wanderers
Nick played the full 90 minutes for the defending champions, Reddy was on the bench.

Tando Velaphi, Andrew Redmayne, David Williams, Massimo Murdocca (Melbourne Heart)
Melbourne Victory 0-0 Melbourne Heart
Redmayne, Williams and Murdocca all started for Heart, while Velaphi was on the bench.

Jason Geria, Mitch Nichols, Kosta Barbarouses, Anthony Proia (Melbourne Victory)
Melbourne Victory 0-0 Melbourne Heart
Geria and Nichols started and played the full 90 minutes, Kosta was with New Zealand, while Proia is in the youth squad.

Isaka Cernak (Perth Glory)
Adelaide United 3-1 Perth Glory
Isaka wasn’t in the squad.

Vedran Janjetovic, Matthew Jurman (Sydney FC)
Sydney FC 2-0 Newcastle Jets
Vedran played full game and kept a clean sheet, Jurman was an unused sub.

Tahj Minniecon (Western Sydney Wanderers)
Central Coast Mariners 1-1 Western Sydney Wanderers
Tahj wasn’t in the squad.

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