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Nicholas Rupolo

Nicholas Rupolo
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🇮🇹🇦🇺 From Sydney| OZ Football Journalist, Analyst, Fanatic! | @Cubegoal |@TheRoarSports | @Outside90 @_SkyBlueViews | Future voice of the @Aleague (hopefully)

Talking Points: Sydney FC 0 Arsenal 2 – Was that really...

Arsenal have kicked off their two-match Australian tour in style with a comfortable 2-0 victory over A-League champions Sydney FC on the back of goals...

Talking Points: New Zealand 0 Portugal 4 – Dozy defence exposed...

New Zealand exited the Confederations Cup after a humbling 4-0 loss to Portugal on Sunday morning. The All Whites scored one goal in the group...

Breakdown: Can the Socceroos cope with Chile’s pressing game?

The Socceroos' draw against Cameroon proved vital for their semi-final hopes, however it all hinges on the crucial match with Chile.  The Socceroos' efforts in...

Player Ratings: Mexico 2 New Zealand 1 – Rojas failing to...

A steely Kiwi performance was not enough to overcome a heavily rotated Mexico side in a 2-1 Confederations Cup defeat on Thursday morning. READ MORE:...

Attacking outlook worth the punt for Socceroos against Cameroon

We have plenty to ponder following our tantalising opening Confederations Cup match against Germany. A poor first half did not set the tone. The Socceroos'...

History makers and record-breakers – Sydney FC on the brink of...

A premiership/championship double, records sent tumbling, the most lethal attack and most brutal defence all capped off with a Johnny Warren medalist signed on...

Talking Points: Brisbane Roar 1 (6) Western Sydney Wanderers 1 (5)...

A nail biting  6-5 penalty shootout win saw the Roar defeat Western Sydney in the opening final of 2016-17 on Friday night. With lots of...

How things change: Western Sydney Wanderers primed to continue surge into...

With Western Sydney Wanderers set to take on Brisbane Roar on Friday night in the first elimination final of the 2016-17 campaign, the Red...

The gun Aussie from Gronigen – Who is Ajdin Hrustic?

Dandenong born and bred Australian midfielder Ajdin Hrustic, 20, captured the eye of the Australian football public this week, scoring his first professional goal...

Talking Points: Sydney FC 2 Newcastle Jets 0 – Sky Blues...

In a season where records have tumbled and history has been written, the Sky Blues made one more mark on the 2016-17 campaign by breaking...