Asian Champs
  •  August 13, 2007

    Special thanks to Assistant Coach, Micky Johnston for the following match report from the Asian Champs.   Game 1:  Vietnam Swans Vs China Reds – Everyone arrived at the bus pick-up:  Good start.   Scotty said, “For the next 8 hours, […]

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  •  August 12, 2007

    Former Swans President, Dave “Flyer” Kainey, often points out what’s good and what’s not in Asian football. It’s since been pointed out that the Flyer was the Bintang’s runner during the recent Champs – for which he miraculously escaped the wrath of the […]

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  •  August 12, 2007

    If you thought those Elephants would have quietly returned to Laos, never to be seen again, think again. The rumble from the jungles of Laos is turning into thunder. The boys have just received a burst of publicity from World […]

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  •  August 10, 2007

    Peter “Harbs” Habel from the Malaysian Warriros did some good, solid research prior to the Asian Champs. He produced a White Paper on Asia’s Best Bars. So whether you’re living in or going to Vietnam, Malaysia, China, Hong Kong etc, you […]

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  •  August 8, 2007

    You may remember an incident during the match against the Bali Geckos where there were a few people who were sin-binned. The first guy sent off for the Geckos was a guy by the name of Sam Pritchard. Shane’s a best […]

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  •  August 8, 2007

    Last week, World Footy News reported that the Japan AFL has officially started promoting the 2007 Narita Cup. The Narita Cup will be held on 6 October in Tokyo and will coincide with the 20th anniversary of footy in the country. […]

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  •  August 6, 2007

    The beauty about playing in major international championships is that you have heaps of camera angles to see what really happened. Here, Bossink bares his teeth and says to Thailand’s Cameron Sinclair, “Come and get me!”. So Cameron did and […]

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  •  August 6, 2007

    What is the definition of an international footy sl*t? The answer is the Rooster. Rooster, pictured with Will Martin to the left, has recently written to the Swans asking for contact details of the Brunei Sharks and Laos Elephants. The reason? He […]

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  •  August 4, 2007

    For a while, we thought that we did not have a photo of the official team shoot. The photographer used by the Thailand Tigers even sent through an apology saying that he had forgotten to take a photo of us […]

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  •  August 4, 2007

    After a period of silence since the Asian Champs, Pago has gone on the record to explain why we were fined at all! The day after the Champs, at 11am on the Sunday morning, when a few of the red and […]

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  •  August 4, 2007

    Peter Grave has now packed up and left Saigon to return to Australia (nice to see the churn factor in Saigon is keeping up with Hanoi). During the Champs, Pete received a fair bump in our last match against the […]

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  •  July 29, 2007

    World Footy News has run a story with the full scores and a round up of the 2007 Asian Champs. It’s been taken from the Organising Commitee’s email which was posted in the previous story on the Swans’ Blog but has […]

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  •  July 27, 2007

    The Organising Commitee of the Asian Champs over there in Thailand – who incidentally did an absolutely outstanding job – have forwarded the following round up of the Champs – Roundup: DownUnder Sports Bistro Asian Australian Football Championships 2007 The […]

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  •  July 24, 2007

    Until now, we have had to rely on our memories as to what really happened on the 14th July at the Champs – as well as taking Boz’s unofficial results at face value which were posted on the blog just yesterday. Well […]

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