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  •  July 2, 2007

    We had an “almost  nearly” 2 hour run late this arvo on the brand new turf at RMIT, Saigon. A bit short on numbers but big on effort. We focused on competitive work and ball skills because we are all […]

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  •  June 26, 2007

    Last weekend, the Elgar Park Dragons (the new footy team in Melbourne with predominantly players of Vietnamese descent) entered a state of shock when they were beaten convincingly by Whitefriars – and that was despite the fact that their “away” match […]

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  •  June 25, 2007

    By now, we’ve become familiar with the idea of the Swans blog punching through various barriers – 100 hits, 300 hits, 500 hits, 1000 hits, 1500 hits and so on. But this evening, if you were looking outside of your […]

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  •  June 25, 2007

    Rod Marsh and Ian Botham When Botham took guard in an Ashes match, Rod Marsh welcomed him to the crease with the immortal words: “So how’s your wife and my kids?” Botham replied, “My wife’s fine and your kids are […]

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  •  June 24, 2007

    The Rooster has returned. Remember how he had some insightful comments about the Asian Champs, that he plays for Singapore, and that he went over to Vienna for the Central European AFL Cup to play with Finland (home of ex […]

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  •  June 24, 2007

    Mr Ryan, who had a long a distinguished playing career with the Hanoi Swans and the Jakarta Bintangs – and has tru blu Asian Champs experience – was recently invited by the Swans to play for the red and white […]

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  •  June 21, 2007

    Yesterday, President Taber who served the Hanoi Swans with such distinction during his 12 month reign from May 2005 – May 2006 left for Australia. Fortunately, it’s just for a holiday. However, as a teacher in an international school, the rest of us […]

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  •  June 19, 2007

    Austrade’s Commissioner in Saigon, Kevan Dacey (who will come to the Asian Champs), has been declared a hero by the People’s Football Committee after a heroic display last weekend at China Beach. Sitting poolside, he heard the calls of a distressed seagull over […]

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  •  June 16, 2007

    The Thailand Tigers’ Media Relations Manager, Brendan Cunningham has advised that the AFL will, after all, run a story on the 2007 Asian Championships in their Footy Record. This is welcome news after the AFL had initially rejected the idea believing […]

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  •  June 13, 2007

    As you may be aware, the Asian Championships will be held in Bangkok on 14 July. 10 teams from the UAE, China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Bali and Jakarta shall all attend. Surely, if anyone can do […]

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  •  June 13, 2007

    Last week, the Swans Blog crossed a Rooster with a Finn. Subsequent discussions between the two seem to be bearing fruit which means the future of Finnish football could be in good hands. Yesterday, Tim Smyth from Phnom Penh was […]

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