Rodney eade sacking defended by gold coast suns

Rodney eade sacking defended by gold coast suns

A new golden Coast Suns team are playing catch-up to the Brisbane Lions in their first match of 2017 against Melbourne Victory.

The Lions have won four of their five games so far after losing at the hands of Fremantle last week and have now beaten Gold Coast twice as part of a four-match winning run.

The Lions’ win in front of more than 50,000 people at Simonds Stadium, including in Australia’s first live game, means the Lions will be the fourth home team in the AFL finals to be without star recruit Alex Rance with a knee injury.

Rance, who signed at the end of March, suffered a knee injury in the Lions’ round one win over Essendon and will miss the next two rounds after being replaced by Sam Mitchell to face the Bombers.

Vic Rioli and Patrick Dangerfield will also miss the second match of the round but will play against the Lions next week.

The Lions opened the year by losing at Port Adelaide in the first game of the round in Hobart, before returning home to beat the Swans in round one and then to Fremantle in round one.

That match saw Tom Rockliff’s goal for Geelong on the scoreboard, but the Lions ended that night with a win against the Hawks, the biggest upset in their history at the MCG.

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Then the Lions lost to the Hawks and then to Collingwood to start the year and they lost to Geelong as well before their round 카지노 사이트four trip to the Melbourne Cup with a win against the Saints.

The Lions ended that last round with two wins and a loss and that’s when it looked like the future lay in Brisbane.

They bounced back in round five and won the third match, this time in Hobart, but lost to Fremantle on the final day before the grand final.

That win sent them on a high note in Sydney where they were swept by Fremantle in the last two games and then they beat the Eagles by a score of 33 points at the MCG on the final weekend before their grand final.

“What’s funny is I think it’s actually been one of the most consistent things we’ve had going into the year,” Gold Coast coach Rodney Eade said o