Thursday, April 23, 2009

Nice work Glory

SOME good signs on the field last season through the likes of Dadi, Rukavystya, Pellegrino, Srhoj and Trinidad, and further signs here that Perth appear headed in the right direction with the release of its new logo. Nice work indeed.

Still trying to work out though what happened with the vetting of the Fury's logo.
Still on the subject of A-League aesthetics, the awesome strips worn by Newcastle and the Mariners in the ACL are a great step forward for the A-League, and this piece from Bill of The Spawning Salmon drops a hint on what they might look like in season 5, some great stuff.
Looks like the clubs are starting to have a level of control over their own look, and that's not before time. Now it's time to focus on the on field aesthetics.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

And what if they snap up recoba?

Sun Apr 26, 08:13:00 AM AEST  
Anonymous Guido said...

Queensland Fury strip colour - Lime Green. It's 1975 again!

Mon Apr 27, 11:57:00 AM AEST  
Blogger The Round Ball Analyst said...

If they nab recoba then they're flying, although I wonder how long it would be before some so-called "expert" complains that he "walks around" and doesn't do 90 minutes of shuffles. As a regular TRBA reader noted via email, how long before Muscat would send him into the stands.

For the record, Recoba would be a breathtaking addition to the league.

Guido, a shocker, as i noted in Bill's piece and in my piece, not too keen on the Fury's strip or logo. Just hoping that Fowler isn't so awful.

Mon Apr 27, 11:11:00 PM AEST  
Anonymous sir alex said...

recoba has done nothing with panionios this season. was out of the team for awhile with injury. watching him play when i got the chance, it seemed to me he was just there to 'collect' his 'super' for retirement.

Sun May 03, 12:01:00 AM AEST  
Blogger The Round Ball Analyst said...

been meaning to ask about recoba @ panionios sir alex, so thanks for the insight

Sun May 03, 11:33:00 PM AEST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It will be nice to see Perth up there next year, the game needs a strong Perth, and Perth need to be stronger in the League.


Fri May 15, 01:14:00 PM AEST  

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