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With Glebe’s 1st grade fresh off the back of their first victory of the season, there was a new air of confidence in the camp and the squad was keen to start to register a run of results. No test would be tougher than taking on Balmain Wanderers who prior to the game topped the
After a disappointing performance in their last game, the reserve grade were keen to get back on track against top of the league opposition, Balmain Wanderers. With the strongest contingent of players available yet this season, Glebe arrived early and keen to get started. Despite a full 15 players available on the day, there was
Gorillas Reserves were eager to brush off the disappointment of loosing a hard fought game to Liverpool the week before and get back on track with another win. With a full compliment of players back at the managements disposal, James and Tore were able to name a strong starting eleven and confidence was high as
Glebes coach Graham Robertson was again scratching his head with team selection as Glebe‘s first team squad was missing key players in Robert Andersson, Johnny Evans, Mike Verhoeven, Tristan Lopes along with utility defender Stuart Hanway(broken foot). Injuries to central defender Conor Dunne and goalkeeper Neville ‘Jamie’ Southall meant that the only remaining players in
Whilst i pop some pills and dream up a creative overview of this weekends reserve grade performance to rival Karl’s for the first grade you’ll have to make do with this … Glebe Reserves started the weekend 3rd in the league on the back of two clean sheets and high on confidence. Whilst only 12
Gorillas showing signs of the famous Dogs of War 1995 Sundays performance from the Glebe Gorillas was like that of the Everton’s 1995 Dogs of war team which started the season horrendously and ended up winning the FA Cup through a disciplined, high pressure attacking brand of soccer. Glebe’s Graham Robertson is being likened to