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Wednesday, 28 May 2008

Nearpost Radio: Shaun Ontong, Amy Chapman

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This week: Newcastle Jets new signing Shaun Ontong joins us in the Studio. Socceroo talk. Amy Chapman gives us all the Matildas news from Vietnam see below for all the details



We've got an interview with Matildas Star Amy Chapman who is in Vietnam for the Asia Cup.
Newcastle Jets new signing and former Adelaide United player Shaun Ontong joins us in the studio to discuss Adelaide United's historic journey in Asia.
We look back on the Socceroos against Ghana and preview the World Cup Qualifer against Iraq.
News, quiz questions, dedications and more

Second half;
Locally Russ and Chris wrap all the Men and Women's Premier League scores.
All the news from Capital Football and the city of Canberra.
Extended interview with former Belconnen junior Shaun Ontong.
Junior football with Woden Valley President Alan Hinde.

2 comments:

Tote Football Pro said...

For the sake of all that's good in the world, Iraq should be allowed to play. I've heard they've sorted out their problems anyway and reached a compromise that should allow them to do so. Still, i wouldn't put it past that odious Blatter to stop them - the man loves making headlines!

The Iraqi football team shows that football is really far more important than winning or losing, or in this case for more importnat than a few 1000 sold tickets. For the Iraqi people, it is about hope!!

The game needs to be played!

Eamonn said...

You are right.

the team is here, the tickets are sold. Play the game.

Politics and suspensions can be discussed next week. Blatter is a disgrace if this game doesn't go ahead.

I believe, however, it will. But with the Iraq team here, and everything in place, what is football all about if this game doesn' happen.

The people want to see a great World Cup game between Australia and Iraq. Now what is the problem Mr Blatter!

You'll be lynched if this game doesn't go ahead.