Thursday, 24 April 2008

Local Legend predicts ACT Premiership outcome.

Jeremy Butler: A local football visionary.

Football Tragic Jeremy Butler joined us at the Nearpost, with Matchday Reporter Russell Gibbs this week. Jeremy is Club Captain with one of the Cities biggest clubs Tuggeranong United FC. Organiser of Charity events, developing a community sporting facility and winning the Men's Premier League are all part of his dreams.

Read their Premier League Predictions below:

Don't agree with the Duo's predictions? Prove it on the park:)
Belconnen United: Top two finish

Russ: Astute signings with Dustin Wells coming back.

Jeremy says: Definitely top two. A lot of young boys coming through. Danny Macor knocks them in for fun. He's slowing but he's getting smarter, that's our problem!

O'Connor Knights:
Russ: Would have been a little disappointed to get Canberra FC the week after the Federation Cup Final. Dominic Matic at the back, runs the show. Top three for me.

Jeremy says: Will definitely finish in the top four.

Queanbeyan City: Bottom 3 or 4.

Russ: Haven't seen too much of them yet, but I think bottom 3 or 4.
Jeremy says: Bottom 3 or 4 for me

Woden Valley: Will struggle
Russ: Not a great start, Paul Gagetti mentioned his team didn't fight hard enough on the weekend. That's a worry in the first game of the season.

Jeremy says: Great Youth development program but not had a great start. If they can keep some of their young players in the future they'll be very strong.

Canberra City: Bottom 3.
Russ: A young side will find it hard
Jeremy:They will struggle I think

Canberra Olympic: Russ: Very strong side, class all over the park. On the weekend with 9 men they didn't stop playing. They could have won by more.
Jeremy says: Sometimes they turn up and sometimes they don't.

ANU FC: Middle of the table
Russ: Will give all sides a good run for their money.
Jeremy: Darren Viskovich will have this side well prepared. They will make teams earn their points.

Canberra FC: Number 1
Russ: Definitely top two, have recuited well again.
Jeremy: Always very hard to beat, Even when you think you might have them, they always step up and have the players who can.

Tuggeranong United:Definitely top four.
Russ: Over to Jeremy
Jeremy: Missed out by one point last year, and the Gaffer (Coach Scott Conlon) knows where we missed that point and will make sure we know what we need to do to get in the four this time. And we will. 3rd or 4th for us. Once you are in the final anything can happen.

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