Tunna

  • Could the Socceroos really miss Russia 2018?

    by Tunna on Nov 17, 2016

    Qualification is not meant to be easy, and in every campaign there are moments where performances either dip, or the opposition lifts to unanticipated levels, but we are now faced with a once unfathomable possibility, missing Russsia 2018? GGArmy man Adam ‘Tunna’ Tennenini ponders the unthinkable.

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  • Thompson and Victory, a match made in football heaven

    by Tunna on Feb 26, 2015

    Archibald Gerald Thompson, do you take Melbourne Victory to be your lawfully wedded wife?

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  • The Luongo way to the top

    by Tunna on Jan 14, 2015

    He might not have reached these heights just yet, but for Massimo Luongo the Asian Cup could be the breakthrough tournament he requires to see him take his game to the next level.

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  • Everlasting Timmy

    by Tunna on Jan 04, 2015

    Which player I’d compare with the Everlasting Gobstopper. Someone who has stood the test of time has adapted to different leagues and clubs all while maintaining a high standard and been ‘indestructible’. My mind immediately thought of one man, Tim Cahill, or ‘Everlasting Timmy’: NY Red Bulls star, Everton legend, Socceroos Immortal.

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  • A candid look at the birth of Melbourne Victory

    by Tunna on Dec 09, 2014

    As we celebrate a historic milestone this season with 10 years of the A-League, I take a look back at the year preceding the inaugural season of 2005/06 by sitting down to discuss it with the man largely responsible for the birth of Melbourne Victory FC. Tony Ising had a vision almost a decade before his Victory dream become reality.

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