Monthly Archives: February 2007

PS3 Trainwreck continues unabated

PAL version PlayStation3 will be less "backwards compatible" than NTSC US/Japan versions Software will take over some of the functionality that was originally taken care of by dedicated chips, which means far fewer PlayStation 2 (PS2) games can be played … Continue reading

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Sydney FC draws with Sutherland in Champions League warmup

Sydney’s first game under new manager Branko Culina was a friendly against NSW Premier League side Sutherland Sharks, giving the squad some valuable match practice in the lead up to their 2007 AFC Champions League campaign. The game, played at … Continue reading

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Melbourne thumps Adelaide in A-League Championship Decider

A stunning individual effort by Victory Striker Archive Thompson has seen Melbourne thrash Adelaide six-nil in their A-League Championship Final at Melbourne’s Telstra Dome tonight. A massive crowd of 55,436 — the second largest crowd at the venue for a … Continue reading

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Canberra in Photos

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Pictures from my trip to Melbourne last December

I headed down for the Sydney FC vs Melbourne Victory clash and took the time to explore the city as well. Featured in the pictures below are the Telstra Dome, the Docklands area, Victoria’s Parliament House and various shots from … Continue reading

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Sydney FC announce interim manager for Asian Champions League

MEDIA RELEASE FEBRUARY 13, 2007 Sydney FC appoints interim coach…AFC Champions League squad Sydney FC today appointed Branko Culina as its interim head coach and announced its playing roster for the AFC Champions League. Former Soccer NSW technical director Culina … Continue reading

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First Kanon and Last Haruhi arrive

The rather spiffy looking first volume of Kanon (2006 version) and the 7th and final volume of Haruhi found their way into my mailbox. Looking forward to getting back into Kanon especially; hopefully there will be some DVD-only additions.

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