Monthly Archives: May 2009

Sydney FC add additional game to pre-season schedule

Sydney FC have lined up another match for their congested pre-season schedule – they’ll be playing NSWPL side Sydney Tigers (APIA Leichhardt) at Lambert Park on Wednesday, May 27th. Advertisements

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Lunar PSP remake on its way

As revealed by Weekly Famitsu, Gung Ho Works are publishing a PSP update of GameArts classic RPG, Lunar: The Silver Star (known as Silver Star Story when remade for the Saturn and PlayStation). The game has already appeared on a … Continue reading

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Sydney FC 2009 pre-season schedule

The Sydney FC website has been updated with the full pre-season schedule for the upcoming 2009/10 A-League. The new coach wants plenty of matches under the player’s belts before the league begins and he’s got his wish with this full … Continue reading

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Sydney FC unveil new shirt ahead of pre-season clash

Sydney FC’s John Aloisi and Steve Corica showed off the team’s new strips for the upcoming A-League season at the final training session before their first pre-season clash (vs Macarthur Rams, tonight). Not a huge departure from last season, but … Continue reading

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Sakura Taisen to make US debut

Sakura Taisen V ~Saraba, Itoshiki Hito yo~ (Official English Title – Sakura Wars 5: So Long, My Love) has been confirmed for a (northern) Autumn release in the US for the PlayStation2 and Nintendo Wii, making it the first in … Continue reading

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Changes for A-League Season 5

With the release of the draw for season 5 of the A-League with it’s new teams and modified finals format, it’s worth looking at some of the changes in store for the clubs themselves. Notably, each team will have a … Continue reading

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ARU says no thanks to IRB

Thankfully, the ARU have seen sense and withdrawn their bids for the next two World Cups (2015 and 2019). The absolutely ridiculous amount of money being sought as a guarantee by the international body – £80 million for 2015 rising … Continue reading

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