From JOWIC to Jets

Joe Champness released a single on Spotify about six months back, writes Ray Gatt. Today, he's "hitting all the high notes" for Newcastle Jets. 

Petratos Kids

Still on Newcastle Jets, high-five to Angelo and Chrysoula Petratos. Six kids in total and four of them at Newcastle Jets: Kosta, Makis, Dimi and Panayioti (pictured). Let's hope for the Jets' sake that they don't leave town.


Holding themselves to account, Matt Windley and David Davutovi re-visit their A-League predictions from the beginning of the season. 

Perth Glory may be losing their way, but that doesn't stop Kenny Lowe's confidence in backing himself to turn things around. 

Adam Taggart (sort of) backs the coach too, saying it's much too soon to be blaming Lowe for Perth Glory's performances. 

Sydney FC. Another game. Another three points. 

As Marco Monteverde notes, "only the woeful Wellington Phoenix" sit below Brisbane Roar on the ladder, so where to next?

The win means Sydney FC are 11 points ahead on the A-League ladder. 

Talking of Wellington Phoenix, could Nathan Burns be included in the squad that meets Melbourne Victory tomorrow night? 

Arugably, Daniel Margush should be in China with the under-23s, but he isn't and, in Paul Izzo's absence, he's making the most of his opportunity in goal for Adelaide United. 

Jamie Maclaren

As our Photo of the Day shows, Jamie Maclaren has signed a loan deal to play the rest of his home games this season at Easter Road, home ground of Hibs. 

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